Monday, March 18, 2019

The Good. The Random. The Fun. v. 11

The Good:
Another amazing book. The Paris Architect is about an architect in Paris during the German occupation who begins to realize how far he will go to save others after a big change of heart. While it was fiction, I learned a ton about what life was like in Paris during the occupation. Highly recommend.

The Random:
A quick stop at Fishes Eddy in the city over the weekend. Love the dueling shot glass set.

The Fun:
One of my favorite math activities all year: Array City - art and multiplication!



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12 thoughts on the matter:

Tom said... {Reply}

...I was looking my 4th grade granddaughter's math work and I was clueless.

Michele Morin said... {Reply}

Love that math idea!
And books set in WWII era are so fascinating.

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I love the array cities you always make also. I think my mom read that book and said she liked it.

Meditations in Motion said... {Reply}

I just read "The Lost Girls of Paris", also set during and immediately after WWII. I would recommend that one too.

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

The dueling shot set is so cool. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

Mother of 3 said... {Reply}

That array city is such a fun idea!

Lydia C. Lee said... {Reply}

Very clever on the dueling shots! Ha! And maybe you have your own 'architect' on your hands....

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

I love Fishes Eddie!! That book sounds good!

Klara S said... {Reply}

Thank you for hosting. Greetings from Poland.

Linda said... {Reply}

The book sounds interesting. It is worth remembering that during the world wars, things seemed even darker than today, mostly. I felt that my mother was rather traumatized by how frightening things were even here in the states. Both her father and her young husband were both away at war. She barely talked about it later but there was just something about how she felt when she did.

packmom said... {Reply}

Love the idea of mixing art with math and that does sound like a good book. I'll have to look it up.

Sharon said... {Reply}

I loved The Paris Architect. Such ingenuity was shown in hiding persecuted people. It was a harrowing story!