Was anybody else waiting for me to do Harry Potter? Because I was (but I kept forgetting, like with Avatar), but better late than never. Besides I feel this is the perfect time to bring ol’ Harry up because he doesn’t really return home, does he? Unlike Alice from my Home Again: Alice’s Adventures in … More Home Again: Harry Potter
Alright, take a seat. We’re talking about Miyazaki again. I may get a little emotional, just prepare yourself for mass amounts of excitement and blabbering. It’s going to be awesome. If you missed my previous post on Miyazaki’s final movie, The Wind Rises, click on the link! This time I will be talking less about Miyazaki … More Home Again: Spirited Away
Well hello there! I dunno if you remember or read, but about a year ago I made this silly little personal post I used to get so frustrated. What?! You don’t remember?! It was only from ONE year ago! No matter, if you clicked on the link above you’ll know that post was my meditation on … More Home Again: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
GOOD MORNING EARTHBENDING STUDENTS! I’ve debated on whether or not to make this particular post a series, touching on each element separately and then it occurred to me that I can’t talk about diversity in the whole of the show if I split everyone up! Silly me! Let’s dive right in, shall we? The Water … More Culture and Diversity in Avatar the Last Airbender
Good Thursday my tiny hatchlings! I am very excited to talk to you all about this amazing book, What do You do With an Idea written by Kobi Yamada and illustrated by Mae Beson. Let me just start by saying that this is my favorite modern children’s book, I buy it for anyone I know having a … More What do You do With an Idea?
Welcome back younglings! This week I will be talking about Netflix’s children’s film Mune. Mune’s world is very much like ours. He lives on a planet that depends on the sun and moon’s balance. However, his sun and moon were carefully crafted and caught entities. Long ago, the world’s strongest man harpooned the sun and brought … More Mune: le gardien de la lune
Hawaiian volcano goddess. You’re welcome. According to goddessinspired.wordpress.com, Pele is “…beautiful, awe-inspiring, strong, powerful, creative, active, enthusiastic, spontaneous, alive, passionate, hot and eruptive.” Pele is the fire and volcano goddess of Hawaii and one of the most revered gods in Hawaiian mythology. She was born to Haumea, an ancient earth goddess, and Moemoe a god … More Pele