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The purpose of a monument is to remind, inform, and inspire the viewer. The United States is fortunate to have some of the most...
Teaching poetry can be made easy with a little wit, a splash of humor, and a dash of fun. This reading set has all that and mor...
Older students will enjoy these Christmas reading passages from classic literature. From the poetry of “A Visit From St. Nichol...
It’s hard to believe
that the same person who wrote “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” could write charming
children’s poetry, but Rob...
Macabre, dark, foreboding;
these adjectives are often used to describe the works of Edgar Allan Poe. While
this is true of ma...
"For never was there a tale of more
woe/Than this of Juliet and her Romeo." The last lines of William
Shakespeare's "Romeo an...
A fable is a story with a moral, or lesson, at the end. Aesop, a Greek author in the 6th century B.C.E., is perhaps the most fa...
Lewis Carroll's iconic "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is a journey with little Alice through a fantastical world full of va...
Sophie has a new kitten and does not want to take a nap.
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning from Sonnets from the Portuguese
One of the greatest love poems of all times, Elizabe...