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Read a Book About Food — 2022 RAD Reading Challenge for Teens

Posted about 3 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Welcome back to another month of the RAD Reading Challenge, RPL style! If you missed my prior posts, you can find them all linked at the bottom of this post. […]
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PERSONAL FINANCE for EVERYONE

Posted about 4 months ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Since when is Personal Finance a thing? When the world got super complicated, apparently. No longer is it just a decision of whether to put your money under the mattress, […]
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Read a Book With a One-Word Title — 2022 RAD Reading Challenge for Teens

Posted about 4 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Welcome back to another month of the RAD Reading Challenge, RPL style! If you missed my prior posts, you can find them all linked at the bottom of this post. […]
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Read a #booktok rec — 2022 RAD Reading Challenge for Teens

Posted about 5 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Welcome back to another month of the RAD Reading Challenge, RPL style! If you missed my prior posts, you can find the intro post here and last’s month’s prompt to […]
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HARRIET TUBMAN, INSPIRING AMERICAN HERO

Posted about 5 months ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Harriet Tubman (c. 1820-1822 – March 10, 1913) is an icon of courage, a true American hero. Born Araminta “Minty” Ross, she was enslaved at birth in Maryland. In 1849 […]
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Read a Graphic Novel — 2022 RAD Reading Challenge for Teens

Posted about 6 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Welcome back! I hope my intro post to this year’s RAD Reading Challenge has you all excited and ready to dive in! I’m starting out my challenge with the first […]
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2022 RAD Reading Challenge for Teens!

Posted about 6 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
For me, the new year always brings a new reading challenge. In 2020 I completed and wrote about the Read Harder Reading Challenge. And last year I created my very […]
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Bah! Humbug!

Posted about 7 months ago by Meg Raymond
Bah! Humbug! How did this phrase come to convey curmudgeonly displeasure? The origin of the word humbug is unknown. It emerged in England in the mid-18th century, with a first […]
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Celebrate the Days – October

Posted about 9 months ago by Meg Raymond
THERE ARE HOLIDAYS AND OBSERVANCES EVERY DAY OF THE MONTH — SO MANY REASONS TO CELEBRATE! I’M NOT SAYING THERE SHOULD BE CAKE EVERY DAY, BUT I’M NOT SAYING THERE […]
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Urban Fiction Experience – Saturday, Sept. 25 – Main Library!

Posted about 10 months ago by Ben Himmelfarb
Experience urban fiction at its finest with New York Times Best-Selling Author Nikki Turner, Richmond Poet Laureate Roscoe Burnems, and other notable urban fiction authors. This free program features author […]
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