Here are some links we’ve been reading around the web this week. We hope you like them too.
Passover starts Monday night and a few of us will be jazzing up our seder with the Hamilton Haggadah! (Hamgadah? Chamilton?)
5 favorite Passover dessert recipes to enjoy any day of the year.
Forget gingerbread…how about decorating a Passover Matzoh house?
Need to laugh? Uber + breastfeeding = Buber.
Need a Pinterest alternative for saving favorites on the web? Here’s a great one.
Richard Branson on the power of thinking like a toddler.
Bad news for fans of female superheroes. (Grrrrr….)
Love the Stella & Dot bracelet collection created by Holly Robinson Peete for Autism Awareness Month. 100% of the proceeds support families via the HollyRod Foundation through the end of April.
Great read: Brittany Packnett on why the fight for equal pay has to be more inclusive.
Bravo to these high school journalists who took down a fraudulent principal!
On the other hand, this high school principal is awesome!
Super cool interactive map of librarians’ favorite books around the world. (h/t Nicole Blades)
Absolutely lovely, inspiring letters from American children to Syrian refugees with the help of the IRC. Worth a read.
Just a final note to say we’ve been so heartbroken over the news out of Syria this week, and we know a lot of you have too. We hope you’ll take a moment to check out this list of more than 20 organizations helping in Syria, and seeing which one speaks to you. Even a small donation can go a long way in the life of a child or family in need.