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Why We Love Movies About Orphans We root for Harry Potter for the same reasons we root for Oliver Twist and Shirley Temple: because they’ve lost their parents. by Steve Daly, Newsweek, November 18, 2010 In the avalanche of moody, … Continue reading
Why Would You Want To Keep Your Kid From Having A Best Friend? By Sadie Stein, jezebel.com From the NY Times: “Increasingly, some educators and other professionals who work with children are asking a question that might surprise their parents: … Continue reading
Twilight girls learn to give it all up for love Jordan Baker, Sydney Morning Herald, November 19, 2009 When I was growing up, my literary heroine was Josephine March from Little Women. Jo was a lanky tomboy with no interest … Continue reading