Why?: The War Years (26 Fairmount Avenue, #7) by Tomie dePaolaWorld War II is raging in Europe, and young Tomie finds that everyday life has changed in many ways. Sure, there’s still New Year’s Eve to celebrate, and he still has to face penmanship and arithmetic in second grade— definitely not his strongest subjects. But now he has to wear an extra sweater to school because they’re trying to conserve coal for heating. And a shopping trip to Hartford for Easter outfits seems more urgent in the face of looming shortages. Just as he did in I’m Still Scared, the first installment of The War Years, beloved author Tomie dePaola touchingly illuminates the emotional confusion of a child’s life during wartime. Why? is another strong addition to the award-winning 26 Fairmount Avenue series.
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This April 13th marks Scrabble's 86th year of existence, and to commemorate the occasion, we've compiled a list of some of the most hotly contested Scrabble rules out there. The easiest way to solve this rule is to buy or look up a Scrabble dictionary, and have all participating players agree on one dictionary prior to beginning the game. He goes so far as to claim that it's a " critical aspect of the game," as is the ability to recognize when someone is lying, and calling them out on their falsehoods. A " bingo " occurs in Scrabble when a player uses all of their tiles in one turn. If you get a bingo, you earn all the points for the word you played, plus an additional 50 points. This play is known as a " triple-triple ," and you calculate the score by first adding the values of the individual tiles in the word while making sure to factor in any double letter score bonuses, if possible , and then multiplying that number by nine. For example, if the word "arm" is on the board, but you have the letters 'c', 'h', 'e', and 'd', you could legally play the word "charmed.
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Russian State Television has entertained all these various fantasies to varying degrees over the past few years, and they have served as the discursive backdrop for specific instances of reporting. Scarcely was the story broadcast before it started to unravel, but its author remained at Channel One at least a year later. On December 18, , Ksenia Sobchak asked Putin about this incident during a live press conference, but got no response. As atrocity propaganda, the crucified boy, is, of course, brilliant. By offering up a child victim, this story intensifies the family metaphor usually reserved for civil wars. Christlike innocence and martyrdom are claimed by Russia, despite the fact that both countries are traditionally Christian and have traditionally availed themselves of a common Slavic myth of victimhood, as the Christ of Nations.