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The Warren & the World is Story Warren’s weekly newsletter, providing a round-up of our favorite things from around the web as well as a review of what was on our site over the past week. We’re glad you’re here!
Rachel Donahue reminds us that weeding a garden is a reminiscent practice to the renewing of our minds.
Russ Ramsey has a piece up at Relevant that walks through how he learned to care for other–particularly the friends and family of those affected by illness–through his own journey through physical illness.
Rebecca Reynolds continues her series of close-up examinations of life.
James Witmer considers the way A.A. Milne’s original Winnie-the-Pooh books worked in his childhood imagination and the ways he feels that shaping even as an adult.
We’ve got a special privilege this week at Story Warren to be the ones to reveal N.D. Wilson’s Outlaws of Time Book 3 cover. To say we’re excited would be an understatement.
Something to Do with Your Kids
We’re coming up on the Fourth of July, so whether you are an American or not (we welcome Canadians to move these celebrations up three days, and all other nations to pick a date and join in the party with either country), here are some activity ideas for your family celebrations.
Thank you for reading. We’re on your side.
Carolyn revels in good stories, good music, and wrestles with the intersection of faith, art, vocation, and culture. She regularly meets new characters in her imagination who bother her until she can find a world for them to live in and a story for them to tell.
Carolyn is an assistant editor for the Curator, an online arts and culture magazine. Online, she hangs out at her website, www.carolyncgivens.com, on Twitter, and at her page on Facebook. Her first book, The King’s Messenger, will be published in spring 2017.