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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!
Laura Hanby Hudgens writes at the Miami Herald about the challenges facing educators today trying to reach a generation of apathetic learners. She has good insights on our educational systems and how parents can teach self-motivation.
Kate Skero writes a letter to her husband.
Jessica Deagle reminds us that creativity is not just for the Pinterest boards.
Helena Sorensen recommends Kobi Yamada and Mae Besom’s book, What Do You Do With An Idea?
March is national peanut butter month, did you know? So, in honor of it, there’s a recipe for peanut butter playdough on this page–and in case peanut butter doesn’t work for your household, there’s about a whole slew of other playdough options, too.
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.