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Spoonerisms

The American Heritage Dictionary defines spoonerism as: “a transposition of sounds of two or more words, especially a ludicrous one.” While on an outing with my family, I recalled a time when my uncle recited a famous story from the…

The Lamplighter

The Lamplighter by Maria S. Cummins, © 1854 Reading Level: 9th Grade Because I lately reviewed, King Solomon’s Mines which is a very masculine book, I decided that I should review a feminine one. I typically focus on books that cultivate…

Where Have All the Tomboys Gone?

I read an article by the Federalist 1 about how the transgender industry is negatively impacting the existence of tomboys. When I think of tomboys, a few famous characters stand out such as Joe March, Laura Ingalls, Éowyn, and Nancy…

King Solomon’s Mines

King Solomon’s Mines by Henry Rider Haggard, © 1885 Reading Level: 10th Grade This book is difficult to define but my gut desires to call this book the “most masculine” book I have ever read. In my opinion, that is a…