Hilda & Henrietta
Hilda and Henrietta are a couple of cleverly inquisitive owls who have made a study of a new kind of science - Cyberhomework. Every month they offer keen observations derived from their nocturnal encounters with projects, reports, dioramas, essays, math pages, worksheets, and more. They'll show you how to do homework better, wiser, faster, smarter. It's dirty work but somebody has to do it.
Long, long ago back when the computer age in homes and schools was dawning, Hilda and Henrietta flew into the digital realm. That, of course, makes them old, wise, and experienced, and always right-especially when it comes computers and kids. In her day job Headmistress Hilda (aka Dr. Merle Marsh) is a school administrator at the Worcester Preparatory School in Maryland, and Publisher Henrietta (aka Diane Kendall), heads the Children's Software Press in Houston, Texas. The two have traveled the world hooting and chittering about computers, writing books and brochures, creating online materials, and helping owlets preen unbelievable projects and reports.
As Hilda and Henrietta say, "It's not really homework, when it's Cyberhomework." See for yourself by catching up with the owls anytime on Power to Learn. Otherwise you'll only see them at dawn or dusk.