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Maximizing Homeschool with Your Local Library

Sometimes, I get a little bit overwhelmed with trying to lesson plan for three very tiny children who would rather do more play than sitting and trying to support my feeble attempts to homeschool them. Which is why I…

National Library Week: April 14-20

There seem to be a lot of days of observance floating around lately, such as, but not limited to, National Grilled Cheese Day, National Siblings Day, National Pancake Day, and Velociraptor Day. However, this WEEK we get to observe…

Books R Us – A Playdate At The Library

I’ll be the first to admit, ever since our favoritest children’s librarian ran away  got an awesome job working with another set of awesome people in another city, I’ve been in a library rut. It’s not that the other…

Black History Month – Literary Week: Ashley Bryan

*photo courtesy of Wikipedia Ashley Bryan is a black illustrator born in New York in 1923. He is famous for his rhythmic retelling of African folktales, AND his fantastic illustrations to match. He has received the Corretta Scott King…

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