Category Archives: Holidays & Observances

March Is National Craft Month

March is a time to enjoy crafts. It is not only National Craft Month but also National Children’s Craft Day. In addition to being a fun activity to do, there are many health benefits to enjoying your favorite crafts. So why wouldn’t you want to have a day to relax and get your creativity flowing? What are the benefits of

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March Is About Women

No only does the United States recognize women throughout March with National Women’s History Month, but we also celebrate the worldwide observances of International Women’s Day (March 8th annually) and International Women’s Week (the week of March 8th). In addition, the week of March 8th is the Week of Women in Aviation! The purpose of these observances is to honor women who have fought for equality among

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That’s #PUN-ny: ROMANCE & Valentine’s Day

I always try to share books related to the topic of my puns. Today, since it is so close to Valentine’s Day, I have gone with the romance theme. This should be interesting LOLYou never know what you’ll find on the shelves of a book store or in library – often there are some great treasures and lots of laughs!

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My Book Review of Mystery on Valentine’s Day

Mystery on Valentine’s Day by Lee Strauss My rating: 4 of 5 stars Cozy Holiday Mystery This period piece put cozy into mystery. A fast read, it’s perfect to entertain you while in transit or waiting for an appointment. The tale has charm that brings you back to a classic era while remains relevant with human emotion. This was a

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Today Begins National Cowboy Poetry Gathering Week

Learn more A featured series on the Norns Triad Publications’ book blog, which helps readers find great books and resources for various holidays & observances around the world! Learn More Poetry has been a part of our storytelling since the beginning of time. Rhythm is a way to help us to recall the tales, and is particularly useful with

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January is National Soup Month

January is National Soup Month, which is not the same as February 4th’s observance. That is National Homemade Soup Day. Of course, both celebrate soup and are meant to not only enjoy this beloved meal, but to cherish the nutrition it brings. Is there anything better on a cold winter day? Soup has always been a one of my favorite meals,

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