Posts By: terryfarish

  • A Picture Book from Italy

    In respect for out connected world, in hard times and in beauty, I want to honor books for children in other countries of the world where children are also studying and reading at home like U.S. kids. It’s also International Children’s Book Day on April 2. But I’ll continue the whole month. We’ll take a…

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  • Resources for Remote Learning from Terry

    A big welcome to you where ever you are in the world. I live with my family and dog near a creek and the ocean in southern Maine. Here, I’ve put together some reading and writing ideas. They’re for you to explore wherever you are connecting from. If you’re reading my books, I also welcome…

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  • Let’s Dance – a whirling leap into dances from many cultures

    Valerie Bolling‘s and Maine Diaz‘s  Let’s Dance is a whirlwind of flying, stomping, spinning, leaping, somersaulting kids from around the globe showing moves from one of their country’s traditional dances. Diaz captures the pure joy of movement in her cartoon character’s whole bodies. An American breakdancer is upside down with excitement with the music and…

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  • Ways to Find a Home: stories of migration

    Ways to Find Home: stories of migration features books for children about migration of some kind. As author Rosanne Parry writes in A Wolf Called Wander, “Migration is the heartbeat of the world.”

  • “Creative Achievement in the Humanities” Award

    “Tell Me More” – a profile that appeared in Engage: New Hampshire Humanities’ Magazine by Rebecca Kinhan https://www.nhhumanities.org/news/new-hampshire-humanities-bids-farewell-terry-farish “You could say Terry Farish is a story whisperer. For Farish, a writer, poet, and author, life is about words and storytelling.  But perhaps one of her greatest gifts is the ability to gently coax and nurture…

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