The Swahili word “safari” means trip.In our lifetimes, we all embark on multiple safaris — trips that are sometimes real and other times, imaginary or metaphorical. What better way is there to keep tabs on our daily journeys (to places known and unknown) than through the written word? Join us on a daily literary safari as we travel and discover the world through books, art, movies, music, family, and more.
Remembering Maurice Sendak
08 May 2012 7:00 AM | 1 Comment
Review and Interview: Tina’s Mouth, by Keshni Keshyap
19 April 2012 11:28 AM | 1 Comment
The Call of Curation
23 March 2012 12:44 PM | 1 Comment
Game On: Teaching Middle Schoolers to Think Like History Detectives
15 March 2012 12:08 PM | No Comments
Let Fear Drive You in the New Year
18 January 2012 3:32 PM | 3 Comments
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