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Children’s

(category archive)

Focus on the New: Nonfiction for Kids

Posted about 5 months ago by Lisa Crisman
Do you have a young reader who loves books full of facts and information? Check out this sample of new titles available for curbside pickup @ your local Richmond Public […]
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Voting and Elections for Kids!

Posted about 6 months ago by Lisa Crisman
Voting and elections are in the news. It’s important and sometimes difficult to talk to kids about the process, results and why it’s all so necessary. Here are some titles […]
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Focus on the New: Picture Books

Posted about 7 months ago by Lisa Crisman
Picture books are equal parts text and illustration. All ages may delight in the settings and characters as pictures help tell the story. Here’s a baker’s dozen new titles available […]
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Homeschool Resources

Posted about 1 year ago by Lisa Wiertel
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Are you suddenly homeschooling?  Is the whole idea of trying to educate your children causing you to stress a bit?  As a homeschooling mom, I can confidently say that the […]
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Hoopla Tips and Tricks for Parents

Posted about 1 year ago by Louis Maranski
With all of the uncertainty in the world, digital media has become more important than ever. Here at the Richmond Public Library, we’re excited to provide access to multiple online […]
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2019 Releases from African American Authors

Posted about 1 year ago by Naomi D'Archangel
In honor of African American History Month, I decided to showcase some fantastic new releases from African American authors. Books by these authors don’t always get the recognition they deserve […]
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Local Author: Meg Medina

Posted about 1 year ago by Naomi D'Archangel
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Meg Medina, an author with awards aplenty (all well-deserved!), is a first generation Cuban-American who grew up in Queens, New York. From her website we learn that “when she’s not […]
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Wibbly Wobbly Words

Posted about 1 year ago by Naomi D'Archangel
Dyslexia affects between 5-17% of the population worldwide. This is a higher percentage than people with red hair! (less than 2%) So what is it really? Dyslexia is a written […]
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Positively Witchy: Books and Movies

Posted about 2 years ago by Naomi D'Archangel
Here are a handful of books and movies depicting witches in a positive light.
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Strange and Silly Schools

Posted about 2 years ago by Naomi D'Archangel
Starting a new school year can be stressful for kiddos. Maybe they went from elementary to middle school. Maybe there's a new teacher. Or maybe their best friend is no longer in class with them. Whatever the case, laughter and humor are always good medicine for some school-time blues.
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