Ages 3-5 - When a prince sets out to find a princess to marry, he soon discovers this is not a simple task. There is no shortage of so-called princesses, but how can he tell whether or not they are what they claim to be?
If you’ve ever lost yourself in the magical world – and words – of Gabriel García Márquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” you’ll enjoy reading this piece. It tells some of the stories behind the making of the novel, as told by García Márquez’s literary agent and friend, Carmen Balcells. Among the gems: He smoked 30,000 cigarettes while writing it, and his wife kept his family fed and his cupboard stocked with Scotch for when his work was done. — Fernanda Santos, Phoenix Bureau Chief
The key to super creamy, ooey gooey mac 'n cheese? The chefs at Wicked Spoon start with a basic roux. Just add milk and cheese and you're done! (The Angry Mac 'N Cheese shown here uses sharp white cheddar and some paprika for kick.)