Drawn by the promise of BUGS, my family and I enjoyed our first trip to London’s Children Museum. It was not my first trip. I was a child when they transformed the school on Wharncliffe into the Children’s Museum. Living in the neighbourhood, I recall a few field trips with Empress Public School to the Museum. We may even have walked to it from the school. On one of these field trips, we went to listen to Dennis Lee who read from his book of poem’s for children Alligator Pie.
Alligator Pie, Alligator Pie,
If I don’t get some,
I think I’m gonna die. . .
When I saw that the museum was having a “Bug Day” and the admission was free, we just had to go. Continue reading “Bug Day at the Children’s Museum”