Peculiar Treasures: Eyes to See

January 16, 2017

The potential this spray-paint artist sees in a blank wall is astounding – and so is the talent to create these birds in flight.

What you may see outside your window at night may be weird – even as weird as these pillars of light in Canada.

If a child wants to see where reading can take them, meet the 4-year-old girl who was Librarian For the Day – at the US Congress Library – and has already read more than 1000 books.

Here’s a look at the history of Little Golden Books!

Can you see what Primary is singing? Here’s a YouTube channel showing ASL videos for the 2017 Primary Program songs. It’s not word-for-word signing, but key words are signed, and a video is included for each song as to why that word choice was made. As Segullah staffer Emily noted with this treasure, “Sign language for teaching kids music is magic, and this is the best resource for Primary songs I have ever seen.”

A broken “normal” setting generates this piece considering just what normal looks like.

January 13, 2017

Kellie

(Blog Editor) lives way on the other side of the planet in her native Australia and gives thanks for the internet regularly. She loves books, her boys, panna cotta, collecting words, being a redhead and not putting things in order of importance when listing items. She credits writing at selwynssanity.blogspot.com as a major contributing factor to surviving her life with sanity mostly intact, though her (in)sanity level is subject to change without warning.

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