Paperclips Magazine children's literature

20 Gloriumptious facts about Roald Dahl

Famed children’s author Roald Dahl not only created some of children’s literature’s most unforgettable characters but even the wonderful eccentric stories for adults—making him one of the most beloved storytellers in the planet! 1: 13th September 2017 would have been Roald Dahl’s 101st birthday! Roald Dahl...

15 Funny Brain Teasers

Like muscles, our brains need a little exercise. Let’s face it; they can be rusty sometimes. If you’re looking for a way to get a little smarter or have some fun, try challenging your...

Paperclips Mag CS Lewis

Clive Staples Lewis: Christianity and Literature

Best known for his Chronicles of Narnia fantasy series and his pro-Christian texts, CS Lewis is one of the intellectual giants of the 20th century and arguably one of the most influential writers of his day. This prolific writer...

JRR Tolkien: The Great Elvish Craftsman

This internationally renowned fantasy writer might also potentially be the best linguist the world has ever seen! Believed to be of German origin, “Tolkien” (pron.: Tol-keen; equal stress on both syllables), means foolishly brave, or stupidly clever....

Paperclips Magazine Christmas Feature

This Holiday, Think of the Refugees

The Nativity scene is said to be empty without Jews, Arabs, Africans, and the displaced people. So, here’s what that means for your holiday. According to authors of the 10th annual Global Peace Index,...

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Charles John Huffam Dickens: The Man Who Invented Christmas

Nearer and closer to our hearts be the Christmas spirit, which is the spirit of active usefulness, perseverance, cheerful discharge of duty, kindness and forbearance! Reviving the Christmas traditions which had nearly died out in the...