Thrilled to be guest posting on Imagination Soup!


I’m just thrilled to have my post about “The Best Villains in Children’s Books” featured on Imagination Soup. Mwahahaha! (Evil laugh.)  Actually, I didn’t have to devise an evil plot to get on Imagination Soup, which makes it all the more thrilling for me.

Imagination Soup is the brainchild of Melissa Taylor, a professional educator, writer, and Mom.  Melissa is both  knowledgeable and fun.  Her blog is a treasure trove of activities and resources for reading, writing, math, parties, and much more.  I had Imagination Soup on my “favourites” from the beginning, so it’s an honour to be a contributor.

Hop on over to check out Imagination Soup, and read my post while you’re at it!



  1. TweenBookLover says:

    Education Diva,
    I do not like your changes.
    In the color way at least. your black background showed sleek style, and now, you replaced it with worlds ugliest shade of toothpaste teal!!!
    how could you?!

  2. Educationdiva (Ruth Spivak) says:

    Hi TweenBook Lover,
    I’m sorry you don’t like the colours. I tried to keep some of the orange. As for the teal, if I’m able to make it a little less strong I will. I may need assistance!

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