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Get Growing!

Posted about 3 weeks 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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2021 Teen Reading Challenge: Body Positivity

Posted about 4 weeks ago by Jennifer Deuell
We’ve already arrived at month three of our 2021 RPL Teen Reading Challenge and it feels like time is flying by! How have things been going for you so far? […]
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Book Horoscopes – Aquarius

Posted about 1 month ago by Robyn Webb
Every month of 2021 we will be sharing a tailored horoscope blog post for the current sun sign plus some extra goodies for the rest of us. (Yes, this is […]
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2021 Teen Reading Challenge: Teen Activists

Posted about 2 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Welcome back! Can you believe we are already in to month two of our 2021 RPL Teen Reading Challenge?! How is it going for you so far? As I mentioned […]
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The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity

Posted about 2 months ago by Meg Raymond
Carter G. Woodson, the “Father of Black History”, established Negro History Week in 1926. He chose the second week in February because of two important birthdays – Frederick Douglass on […]
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Book Horoscopes – Capricorn

Posted about 3 months ago by Robyn Webb
Every month of 2021 we will be sharing a tailored horoscope blog post for the current sun sign. We are a little late for Capricorn but please forgive me. Especially […]
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2021 Teen Reading Challenge: Immigration in the U.S.

Posted about 3 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Hello readers! Have you decided to partake in our first ever Teen Reading Challenge? If so, have you gotten started yet? Maybe you’re looking for a little inspiration. Well, I’ve […]
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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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November Means NaNoWriMo

Posted about 6 months ago by Meg Raymond
EVERY STORY MATTERS.  START WRITING YOURS. “Writing a novel alone can be difficult, even for seasoned writers. NaNoWriMo helps you track your progress, set milestones, connect with other writers in […]
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How to Create and Organize Your Home Library

Posted about 7 months ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Stressed by books? Are you stuck at home with piles of books and magazines, and running out of space? Do you want to set up a personal library, but don’t […]
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