Ally Lawson always loved Hawkes Brandon. Their break-up was the worst mistake of her life. When a chance to rekindle their flame comes, Ally grabs it and finds herself dragged into his dark past. Hawkes was the FBI’s secret weapon. His clairvoyance prevented numerous attacks on the American people. But when Hawkes had enough of being a political pawn, he left. Hawkes’ ex-boss, Agent Cushman finds him and demands him to once more avert a terrorist attack. But something is wrong. Can…
Cleaning the toilet is one of those jobs I just hate. Sure its easy enough but it’s totally gross too. Use Essential oils to create these Bath Bomb style Toilet blocks. Maria SSelf shares her simple Toilet Block recipe.
This fantastic primary source document activity has students reading a short excerpt from President Truman's diary entry regarding the use of atomic bombs on Japan. In simple terms, Truman justifies dropping the bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki and calls them "military targets". A great, simple reading for students to complete and generate a debate on the bomb's use. One of my favorite ways to conclude our World War II unit and always spurs a great class debate.
Paul Tibbets stands by the Enola Gay in an undisclosed location. The Enola Gay a B-29 was the first plane to drop an atomic bomb. Tibbets, his crew, and the Enola Gay dropped the bomb (Little Boy) on Hiroshima Aug 6, 1945. Three days later another bigger bomb (Fat Man) was dropped on Nagasaki. The two bombs effectively ended the war in Japan.