Born during a snowstorm.
Spent his childhood in Belize, his true home.
Visited Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras, Peru, Uganda.
Went to IUPUI, studied Anthropology and Museum Studies.
Now a graduate student.
Anthro Challenge #93 - National CelebrationsThank you to everyone who participated in our last challenge, Share Of Hearts! It was filled with a lot of love and some great entries!Anthro Challenge #93 - National Celebrations by KovoWolf
So we are moving on to the 93rd installment of Anthro Challenge! This one will have a wide range of possibilities for you to draw up something really fun! The month of March is full of some great special, whacky and national holidays!
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AC Challenge #93 - National Celebrations
This Contest Is Now being Judged!
Please allow at least a week or less for judging!
The month of March is full of some wacky and fun holidays! We want you to draw something Anthro related to one of these holidays!
Some of them include: Fragrance Day, Proposal Day, Pecan Day, Waffle Day, Something on a Stick Day, National Pig Day, Old Stuff Day, If Pets Had Thumbs Day, National Women's History Month, Irish American Month, etc.
You can find a complete list <
Book Review 1: Halloween TreeBook Review 1: Halloween Tree by J-Cat
5/5 = Excellent!
This book is about eight boys and one shadowy character who travel back in time - 4,000 years to be precise to save their friend's spirit and learn the origins of Halloween and discover the role that the fear of death has played in shaping civilization.
The Halloween Tree itself, with its many branches laden with jack-o'-lanterns, serves as a metaphor for the historical confluence of these traditions - trick-or-treating, the symbols (witches,monsters,etc.) and the Day of the Dead. And I think of the pumpkins as the spirits of people who died on Halloween.
Overall I find this story spine-tingling yet educational and fun to read. My mom and I would read it together every October (before Halloween, my favourite holiday) and it has become one of my favourite books. I highly recommend it!