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April 2014

To Read a Good Book

This issue once again offers our readers a number of suggestions of [...]

Foreign Languages for Everyone

As a teacher in training at Calvin College in 2004, I had [...]

Redefining Fair

  In my twenty-five years of teaching, I have learned a few [...]

If Truth Be Known

  Christians have responded to the theory of evolution in a multitude [...]

Shaping a Digital World

  I will admit that I initially did not intend to read [...]

Top Ten Books for This Summer to Remind You What Rocks About Reading

1. Fleischman, Paul. Whirligig. New York: Macmillan, 1998. My friend Kim has recently [...]

Beauty in the Word

This century hosts one of the first generations—according to the late Arnold [...]

Evolving in Monkey Town

Evans, Rachel Held. Evolving in Monkey Town: How a Girl Who Knew [...]

Reading Suggestions for Teachers and Their Students

In keeping with the theme of this month’s issue, John Walcott asked [...]

Confessions of a Poor Reader

For most, reading is a pleasurable skill that is acquired almost imperceptibly. [...]

The Reports of the Death of the Book Have Been Greatly Exaggerated, or Kleinhut Defeats Dewey

“He’s not going to get away with it this time!” Librarian Jon [...]