https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-476dv-a62670 So we decided since the new Game of Thrones season 8 trailer released that we should celebrate by sorting the Stark family in to their Hogwarts house! What do you think? Which Hogwarts houses does House Stark belong in? Let us know in the comments down below!
One of the big theories that came out of Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindlewald is that (SPOILERS) Queenie isn’t really joining Grindlewald: she’s actually a double agent a la Snape from the original series. Snape 2.0 if you will. It’s one that makes sense in the grand scheme of things. She’s in love with… Continue reading Is Queenie a Double Agent? Discussing the Fan Theory
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-vj9pp-a2ffd8 Queenie Goldstein is the topic of a hot debate here at Cunning and Loyalty. Is she playing the long game as a double agent? Will her betrayal be permanent? Or is she pulling a Snape and converting during the War? Overall, it's an interesting theory, and we want to hear from you guys! What… Continue reading Double Agent Queenie?? Episode #2
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-h6eu6-a2405b Welcome to Cunning and Loyalty! A Harry Potter Podcast where a Slytherin forces a Hufflepuff to read through the Harry Potter series for the first time. Not only that, but we also talk about all the newest Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts updates. In this episode, we read the first two chapters of Harry… Continue reading Cunning and Loyalty: Episode 1: Fantastic Beasts and First Chapters
Hey friends, my name's Gabrielle and welcome to FrumiousReads. The true crime book we are talking to about today was recommended by Lesley Harris on Facebook, and I chose this one myself because it's actually a book that I've had for a while that I wanted to read. That book is The Iceman: Confessions of… Continue reading True Crime Book Talk: The Ice Man by Philip Carlo
Recently, I’ve jumped back in to the fantasy genre. Fantasy has always been a tricky genre for me to get through, because of the fact that you have to put so much effort in to the books of that genre. Worldbuilding and countless characters both tend to be staples, and so I’ve put together a… Continue reading What to Read: Fantasy Book Recs
Today I just wanted to make a quick little post addressing some of the points that I made in my Very Bookish Thanksgiving video which you can watch here. There are five bookish things that I am very thankful for, plus one non bookish thing that I feel is important to say.
A big part of what we do with children is teach them safe and appropriate ways to cope and express themselves. We aren’t born knowing how to walk and we also aren’t born knowing how to deal with our emotions, solve problems, or handle disappointments. We learn to walk by someone holding our hands and guiding the process. We learn to calm ourselves as our parents hold, rock, soothe, and eventually teach us ways to calm ourselves on our own.
I encourage the children I work with to identify multiple coping and expression skills that work for them personally in various situations. The more they have in their toolbox that personally work for them the better.
This is one fun way to help children remember the skills that they have identified and realize that they have a choice of which skill to use in each situation. For example, walking outside…
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EmCCLojPog Watch this next! "Hello Happiness Unboxing | May 2017" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAFZRfDUwXE -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- I'm getting back in to those weekly wrap ups! Everything I read here was in the sci-fi/fantasy, adult, or young adult genre. All of the links are included below that will lead you to Goodreads. MichaelReads Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRb4fUCn9XGeAwS5NYy5ecQ Latest Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96OpvEY-o5A The Woods… Continue reading Weekly Reading Wrap Up+Booktuber Shoutout