Photo by Tom Burkert via Wikimedia Commons Elwood Patchnik here as a guest blogger with some of my exciting travels! As I was traveling around New York, I met up with a new friend, a snapping turtle named Fred. He told me all about the 1964 World’s Fair held in New York. He
Photo source: NASA via Wikimedia Commons Hi there! My name is Dante, and I’m a Florida panther. As ADPP’s guest blogger this month, I am honored to tell you about something I learned during my recent visit to NASA, right here in Florida, my home state. I was fascinated to learn about the International Space Station.
Hello! Jefferson Eagle here! I have been so excited to learn more about Black History Month, that I have spent some time looking at books. You know me, I love books! I have learned so much about the Civil Rights Movement in America I thought I would share a few fun facts with you. On
Hello! Jefferson Eagle here with an update on my travels. I found myself in St. Joseph, Missouri listening to some wonderful jazz music. While enjoying some of America’s amazing music history, I met Lincoln, a Bluebird. He told me all about the Pony Express! If you think I’m fast, you should learn about the
Hello Destination Pen Pals and Adventurers! I have been reading up on religious freedom here in America and I have learned some interesting things. Here in America, our citizens are allowed the freedom to practice any religion they choose. We are a nation built on the idea that people should have the freedom to choose.
Photo by Herman Hiller: New York World-Telegram & Sun Hello Destination Pen Pals! Kids, parents and grandparents alike…It’s Jefferson Eagle! As I made my way through Alabama on a recent traveling adventure, I found a women in history that helped shape this great country. I ran into Scout, a Black Bear. She told me about this
Hello Fellow Pen Pals and Adventurers! This month we celebrate Paul Revere. Like most people, you may know Paul Revere from the famous poem, Paul Revere’s Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The poem made him a national folk hero for his famous ride to Lexington. On his ride to Lexington, he successfully warned two of