Which is correct: “more than I” or “more than me”? It’s not as simple as you might think.
An infographic picturing literacy rates in the U.S. and around the world.
I taught for ten years in a public high school. It was a challenge that often sent me home frustrated …
Michigan librarian requests letters from celebrities on the importance of reading and libraries — and gets lots of responses!
A few weeks ago, I created a graphic poster that listed 100 ways to say “said.” It was quite a hit. But there are plenty of words that young writers settle for, perhaps because they are unaware of the many alternatives.
I doubt there’s another action verb blander than go or it’s past form, went. It seemed to me that there are numerous better, more vivid alternatives, so I started brainstorming. Before long, I not only passed 100, but made it all the way to 200. In fact, I’ve thought of more since, but you have to draw the line somewhere.