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The month of May is National Strawberry Month, and we have just the story to share! "The First Strawberries" retells the Cherokee legend that explains how the fruit was first created by the sun to mend a quarrel. At the end of the video, learn how to say "hello" in Cherokee.
In August of 2020, it'll be 100 years since women got the right to vote! It may be scary, but just one person can stand up, say what's on their mind, and make a difference. Look around your house for supplies to make a "Votes for Women" banner and have your own parade!
The Appalachian Mountains are full of memories for the author, where she grew up with her grandparents eating okra and cornbread, splashing in the swimming hole, and sharing family times. Explore you five senses and use them to describe your own day!
This heartwarming tale illustrated by Brooke Boynton Hughes is based on country music legend Dolly Parton's rural upbringing in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. The winter coat of many colors she wears may be made from rags, but there is love in every stitch.
Lorraine and her Pa Paw love to play music and sing songs. When a big Tennessee-mountain storm rolls in and their instruments are nowhere to be found, can Lorraine find the music inside herself to get through the fearsome thunder and rain? Look through your house and see what you can find to make your own musical instrument!
The book Good Night Museums takes you on a journey by introducing you to all kinds of museums, from aerospace to wax museums.
Join Ms. Morgan for a reading of Count on Us: A Tennessee Number Book while we learn about numbers and state symbols. How about drawing your favorite state symbol, place, or Tennessean? We would love to see what you create!