Author Archives: fspguestblogger

Guest Post: Making a Difference, or What I’ve Learned as an Editorial Intern

By Kaitlin W. Free Spirit has an active internship program in the editorial, marketing, and creative departments. We invited our current editorial intern, Kaitlin W., to consider some questions and write a post reflecting on her experience here. I started … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Safety Safari

By Gill Connell and Cheryl McCarthy April 20–24 is National Playground Safety Week. To celebrate, here is a post from the authors of A Moving Child Is a Learning Child. Kids Are Born Risk Takers Kids are born risk takers, … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Volunteer Service—A Priceless Experience for All

By Barbara A. Lewis, author of The Kid’s Guide to Service Projects Can you believe that in the wealthiest large nation of the United States, nearly 50 million Americans struggle to keep food on their tables? If you look further, … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Teen Writes Book, Changes Lives—Including His Own

By Armond Isaak, coauthor of Armond Goes to a Party Hi there! I am Armond Isaak, a teenage author with Asperger’s syndrome. You may think that I am different from you, but I bet we have a lot in common. I go … Continue reading

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Guest Post: A Deeper Kind of Safety

by Brad Herzog, author of the Count On Me: Sports series April is Youth Sports Safety Month, so there will be the usual conversation about physical precautions on and around the athletic fields. Stretch. Stay hydrated. Wear a helmet. Beware of … Continue reading

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