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Get Growing!

Posted about 2 months ago by Lisa Crisman
Spring is here, bulbs are popping, trees are budding and the birds are busy! Working with seeds and plants is a great way to relieve stress and to focus on […]
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Memories of Ireland

Posted about 2 months ago by Laura Price
Posted in Adult, Children's, Travel
With a great-great-grandmother named Margaret Mary Murphy, it was a sure bet that I would someday see Ireland. Even though over 30 years have passed since I visited, the overall […]
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Women’s History for Kids: Picturebook Biographies

Posted about 2 months ago by Lisa Crisman
It’s Women’s History Month! To discover someone new to you or read a current title about someone familiar, browse the recently published books listed below. Picturebook biographies are an excellent […]
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Focus on the New: Middle Grade Fiction, ages 8-12

Posted about 2 months ago by Lisa Crisman
Calling all readers ages 8-12…it’s National Reading Month! Listed below are new titles from 2020 and 2021. A wide range of genres include fantasy, friends, and family. Some are set […]
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Celebrating the Year of the Ox

Posted about 3 months ago by Laura Price
It's the Year of the Ox! Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a new book!
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Black History Month: Picturing Families

Posted about 3 months ago by Lisa Crisman
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History develops themes for Black History Month each year. The themes “reflect changes in how people of African descent in […]
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Black Lives Matter: Kids Edition

Posted about 4 months ago by Naomi D'Archangel
    It may be a New Year but these issues are still as prevalent as ever. Kids are never too young to start learning about the world around them. […]
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FOUND: The Lost Art of Letter Writing

Posted about 5 months ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Lost or dead. We often see the unhappy plight of an art no longer in use as an indication of cultural decay. We can also see a challenge. These days, […]
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Comics Club Close-Up: Shannon Wright

Posted about 6 months ago by Robyn Webb
Starting this past September we’ve been offering a virtual comics meeting where we talk about, share, and create comics together! If you missed the last Tween Comics Club or just […]
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25 Socially Distant Acts of Kindness for World Kindness Day

Posted about 6 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
World Kindness Day takes place every year on November 13th. If you weren’t previously aware of this holiday, it’s time you get acquainted! This international holiday was started back in […]
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