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Grosman Trees
Video | January 18, 2017
John and Kate Grosman created their own unique variation of a “family tree".
Audio | October 26, 2016
Childhood isn’t easy for kids or their parents. But writer Andrew Patrie has found that some of the challenges are created by adults rather than kids.
Audio | April 15, 2016
In Ozaukee and Sheboygan Counties, a "bookmobile" makes stops in small towns and rural areas loaded with about 4500 rotating books and media. It’s the Eastern Shores Library System bookmobile. Producer Nancy Camden went for a ride for the day.
Audio | April 15, 2016
Many of us were forced to play sports as a child. Crystal Chan’s parents signed her up for tee-ball. One disastrous outing led to a change of plans.
Audio | February 8, 2016
Miss Elizabeth came to Milwaukee from Liberia in 2007. She knew no English. She’d never really even gone to school.
Audio | February 8, 2016
Maria Huerta came to Milwaukee from Mexico with her husband. She knew no English but soon started classes at Journey House in Milwaukee. 
Audio | December 25, 2015
The year my older son started kindergarten—our third in Wisconsin—I learned about St. Nick’s Day.
Audio | September 4, 2015
The first time I experienced wonder was on my first day in kindergarten.
Audio | August 26, 2015
I often introduce students in my English classes to the concept of liminality, or the important middle phase of the rite of passage ritual.
Audio | June 24, 2015
You can learn a lot about people by seeing how they play games. I’m not the first person to say so, but I’ve probably spent more time testing the idea than most. 

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