Well, let’s have the big news first instead: The next LCSNA meeting will be in Washington, D.C. at the end of April, and all are welcome. As for little, here’s a few more bits and pieces of catch-up. A survey of 400,000 people (though not specifically children) by Britain’s Booktrust (www.booktrust.org.uk) finds that Alice in… [read full post]
In case you were wondering, the best way to deal with a death on one side of the family and a blow-out 90th birthday bash on the other is NOT to get the flu. Just saying… Here’s a few random Alician tidbits to catch us up a bit: What does skiing have to do with… [read full post]
If you are in Halifax, U.K. between now and March 9, visit an exhibit of John Tenniel’s original illustrations for Alice in Wonderland at the Piece Hall Art Gallery and Visitor Centre: http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/features/Alice-in-Wonderland-art-exhibition.3671097.jp.
View an eloquent American Sign Language-version of “Jabberwocky”, signed/performed by Carl Schroeder, on his blog Ka’lalau’s Korner.
Let’s start this all off with an explanation of the blog’s name itself: Let “universe” be “books”. From an auction listing of several years ago, this “original ink Manuscript lesson for teaching Logic, conceived in diagram format and dated by [Charles] Dodgson [aka Lewis Carroll] in the upper right corner ‘5/3/94’” is speculated to have… [read full post]
Test. This is a photo of Mark Burstein, the primary blogger.