Episode 5: How to Break your Kids Away from the Screen

Originally posted 2016-06-01 20:00:16.

Missed it the first time? Join Al, Drew, and Trey as they discuss how to break your kids away from the screen.

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Topics this week:

Steel City Con!

  • Website!
  • Dates:
    • August 7th – 10 – 9
    • August 8th – 10 – 8
    • August 9th – 10 – 5
  • Price:
    • Single Day Pass – 20$
    • 3-Day Pass – 40$

Main Topic:

Review Information: Where the Sidewalk Ends

  • Common Sense Media Link
  • Author – Shel Silverstein
    Illustrator – Shel Silverstein
    Cover artist – Shel Silverstein
    Country – United States of America
    Genre – Children’s poetry
    Publisher – Harper Collins Publishers
    Publication date – 1974
    Pages – 309Parents need to know that Where the Sidewalk Ends is a beloved collection of humorous poems and drawings first published by Shel Silverstein (The Giving Tree) in 1974. Some poems are a bit macabre — a skinny boy who disappears down the bathtub drain, a crocodile with a toothache who chomps a sadistic dentist, and so on. But there’s compassion and morality in here too, leavened with comic mayhem. Great as a read aloud for pre-readers, a book for beginning readers, and a surefire hit with third and fourth graders who get a kick out of reading and reciting the many funny poems.

Hope you enjoy the show!


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