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Christine DePetrillo
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  • North Providence, RI
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I'm a fifth grade teacher, a romance novelist, and an environmentalist. I believe the best thing we can do for the youth of our planet is get them connected to nature. It upsets me that I can go for a walk in my neighborhood right after school lets out and not see a single child playing outside. I remember my mother having to almost send a search party out to get my brother and I to come back into the house.
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At 5:58pm on October 7, 2010, jessica said…
Greetings dear,
My name is jessica,
and i just read your profile,
so i decide to express my feeling
that you might be of good person to me,
so please you can reply to me for me
to give you my picture
and more about me.(jessicaarona@yahoo.com)
Yours Truly Friends.
ms jessica.
At 12:03am on March 3, 2010, Juliet Robertson said…
Isn't it good! Hats off to Carmen! I'm also fascinated with the Iditarod. I've read a couple of books about it, so if your book gets published, then let me know!

Good to meet you here,
Juliet
At 12:14pm on March 2, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
Hi Christine! I recognize you. Welcome to C&NN. Glad you made it here and found the Natural Teachers Network. A lot of us have the same kinds of memories from childhood and want to make sure the next generation can have them, too. I hope you find resources and camaraderie here and that we see a lot of you around the forum.
 
 
 

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