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If You Were the Moon by Laura Purdie Salas

I have a confession to make: I really, really struggle with science. I’m the student who needed to have a visual model for everything so I could understand what was happening. You start getting into math that uses letters and processes that can’t actually be seen and I’m cross-eyed with confusion. (Hmmmm, maybe that’s why […]

Poetry Friday and Scientists Geeking Out

It’s Poetry Friday! The gorgeous and talented Robyn is hosting this week at Life on the Deckle Edge. On Wednesday, I fell prey to the social media lure: “Research vessel has ‘extremely rare’ encounter off Louisiana coast.” I’ll confess. I was hoping for a giant squid like my Odyssey. But what a group of scientists […]