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What is the ideal reading age for these books?
Will the books be a good read for siblings?
Who is responsible for developing the educational content?
The founder and creative director is Eric S. Townsend, a Fine Art graduate of the University of Richmond (VA), a published author of 12 books, and a 23-year veteran of graphic design, website development, copywriting, and brand management. Both of his parents were career educators (mother taught Math, father taught Spanish). The editorial team consists of contributing editor Morgan C. Benton (professor, James Madison University), editor Sue Lalumia (30-year veteran at the Chronicle for Philanthropy), and project manager Laura Carroll (Mascot Books, a children’s book publisher). The management team is led by Townsend, public relations professional Elly Shariat, and Mascot Books CEO Naren Aryal. The advisory board for Tabula Raisa LLC is comprised of 30 members who are parents, early educators, and additional marketing creatives.
Why survey arts and crafts?
Why is worldliness important?
Worldliness unlocks powerful, well-documented short- and long-term benefits, which include better socialization now and a smoother transition into higher education and career pursuits later. We seek to produce more balanced, nimble, and mature learners. Social investments include expanding horizons, demystifying cultures, increasing sensitivity, building consideration, improving understanding, developing awareness, inviting collaboration, and establishing new friendships.
Why are adventure and exploration important?
Learning is amplified by the spirit of adventure and exploration. Seven benefits to you and your child’s education include learning to face and overcome fears, experiencing greater rewards (which are often associated with greater risks), feeling alive as you encounter and consider things that are otherworldly, enjoying camaraderie and shared experiences when you venture with others, expanding your repertoire by learning and practicing new skills, growing emotionally stronger when you struggle beyond your limits, and experienceing a sense of freedom and wonder as you become a closer part of nature.