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Adoll's house (cactus classics large print 16 point font): cream paper, 6" x 9", 15.2 cm x 22.9 cm, - Make Miniature Plants and Flowers for Dolls House and.



There are hundreds of different kinds of desert cacti, all of which are succulents. A cactus is distinguishable  from other succulents by areoles, the small sunken or raised spots from which spines and flowers emerge.

This globe-shaped cactus is slow-growing, but can grow to 3 ft (90 cm) in diameter. Its prominent ribs are covered top  to bottom with yellow spines that can reach up to 2 in (5 cm) long.

Aylostera kupperiana has big, fiery orange-red flowers. Put it in a sunny window and you'll  enjoy a succession of blooms for several weeks.

There are hundreds of different kinds of desert cacti, all of which are succulents. A cactus is distinguishable  from other succulents by areoles, the small sunken or raised spots from which spines and flowers emerge.

This globe-shaped cactus is slow-growing, but can grow to 3 ft (90 cm) in diameter. Its prominent ribs are covered top  to bottom with yellow spines that can reach up to 2 in (5 cm) long.

Aylostera kupperiana has big, fiery orange-red flowers. Put it in a sunny window and you'll  enjoy a succession of blooms for several weeks.

A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice

A Best Book of Fall at The  Washington Post,  BuzzFeed , BUST , and more

"Dark yet sensitive explorations of family and love―of all kinds―from a masterful writer. The women at the centers of these stories are sharp-edged and complicated and irresistible; you won’t be able to look away." ―Celeste Ng

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Karen Shepard is a Chinese-American born and raised in New York City. She is the author of four novels, An Empire of Women, The Bad Boy’s Wife, Don’t I Know You?, and The Celestials.  Her short fiction has been published in the Atlantic Monthly, Tin House, and Ploughshares, among others.  Her nonfiction has appeared in More, Self, USA Today, and the Boston Globe, among others. She teaches writing and literature at Williams College in Williamstown, MA, where she lives with her husband, novelist Jim Shepard, and their three children.

There are hundreds of different kinds of desert cacti, all of which are succulents. A cactus is distinguishable  from other succulents by areoles, the small sunken or raised spots from which spines and flowers emerge.

This globe-shaped cactus is slow-growing, but can grow to 3 ft (90 cm) in diameter. Its prominent ribs are covered top  to bottom with yellow spines that can reach up to 2 in (5 cm) long.

Aylostera kupperiana has big, fiery orange-red flowers. Put it in a sunny window and you'll  enjoy a succession of blooms for several weeks.

A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice

A Best Book of Fall at The  Washington Post,  BuzzFeed , BUST , and more

"Dark yet sensitive explorations of family and love―of all kinds―from a masterful writer. The women at the centers of these stories are sharp-edged and complicated and irresistible; you won’t be able to look away." ―Celeste Ng

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

Karen Shepard is a Chinese-American born and raised in New York City. She is the author of four novels, An Empire of Women, The Bad Boy’s Wife, Don’t I Know You?, and The Celestials.  Her short fiction has been published in the Atlantic Monthly, Tin House, and Ploughshares, among others.  Her nonfiction has appeared in More, Self, USA Today, and the Boston Globe, among others. She teaches writing and literature at Williams College in Williamstown, MA, where she lives with her husband, novelist Jim Shepard, and their three children.

Henrik Ibsen’s ground-breaking drama about marriage and the individual portrays a controlling husband and his pampered young wife, who—when their idealized home life collapses—comes to the realization that she must close the door on her life in ‘a doll's house’ to find and live as her true self.

The earliest of Ibsen's social-problem plays, A Doll's House portrayed the tragic hypocrisy of Victorian, middle-class marriage on stage, catapulting him to international recognition during a period of women's growing discontent with social mores. A Doll's House created a huge sensation at its 1879 premiere, and remains fresh and pertinent today. Winner of the 1997 Tony Award for best revival, the play is an excellent way to introduce students to a great writer.

Grades: 8–12
Learning Standards: The Arts, English Language Arts, Social Studies
Curriculum Connections: Dramatic Performance, Literature, History, Writing
Themes: Societal Norms, Marriage, Gender Roles, Women's Rights, Individualism versus Social Responsibility

There are hundreds of different kinds of desert cacti, all of which are succulents. A cactus is distinguishable  from other succulents by areoles, the small sunken or raised spots from which spines and flowers emerge.

This globe-shaped cactus is slow-growing, but can grow to 3 ft (90 cm) in diameter. Its prominent ribs are covered top  to bottom with yellow spines that can reach up to 2 in (5 cm) long.

Aylostera kupperiana has big, fiery orange-red flowers. Put it in a sunny window and you'll  enjoy a succession of blooms for several weeks.

A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice

A Best Book of Fall at The  Washington Post,  BuzzFeed , BUST , and more

"Dark yet sensitive explorations of family and love―of all kinds―from a masterful writer. The women at the centers of these stories are sharp-edged and complicated and irresistible; you won’t be able to look away." ―Celeste Ng

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

Karen Shepard is a Chinese-American born and raised in New York City. She is the author of four novels, An Empire of Women, The Bad Boy’s Wife, Don’t I Know You?, and The Celestials.  Her short fiction has been published in the Atlantic Monthly, Tin House, and Ploughshares, among others.  Her nonfiction has appeared in More, Self, USA Today, and the Boston Globe, among others. She teaches writing and literature at Williams College in Williamstown, MA, where she lives with her husband, novelist Jim Shepard, and their three children.

Henrik Ibsen’s ground-breaking drama about marriage and the individual portrays a controlling husband and his pampered young wife, who—when their idealized home life collapses—comes to the realization that she must close the door on her life in ‘a doll's house’ to find and live as her true self.

The earliest of Ibsen's social-problem plays, A Doll's House portrayed the tragic hypocrisy of Victorian, middle-class marriage on stage, catapulting him to international recognition during a period of women's growing discontent with social mores. A Doll's House created a huge sensation at its 1879 premiere, and remains fresh and pertinent today. Winner of the 1997 Tony Award for best revival, the play is an excellent way to introduce students to a great writer.

Grades: 8–12
Learning Standards: The Arts, English Language Arts, Social Studies
Curriculum Connections: Dramatic Performance, Literature, History, Writing
Themes: Societal Norms, Marriage, Gender Roles, Women's Rights, Individualism versus Social Responsibility

What makes me happy? Could it be the same thing that brings a smile to your face?  It’s a trick question really because I have discovered there’s no simple answer. And the older I get, the more confused I become about the nature of happiness and its pursuit.

But I do know that this writing lark is something that brings light to my life. And third-party validation is what makes it all worthwhile. The kick from writing something that someone else gets, that moves them, or elicits their approval – well, that’s magic.

I have kept a journal for years –  I’m often to be heard banging on about how good it is for your mental health to keep a written account of your life. I keep different styles of journal at different times; the latest, a kind of bullet journal, is tracking my attempts to get fit, how many kilometres I walk every day, how many portions of fruit and veg, how many cups of green tea I’ve managed to finish (why is something so good for you so revolting?). I’m even tracking the weather, which is always interesting to look back on, books I’ve read, writing projects I’ve worked on, people I’ve seen.


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