Tag Archives: Reading

The Book I Mistook for a Hat

 

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Confucius Says

 

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Golden Age for Audio Books

While I am a voracious reader, I am not a regular user of audio books. Other than long road trips, I rarely listen to recorded books. But it appears that I am a member of a shrinking population of hold … Continue reading

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This is the month

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide join together to remind parents, caregivers and students that signing up for a library card is the first step towards academic achievement and … Continue reading

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Not Summer Reading Material

 

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Happy Reading

    Happy Reading is publisher Penguin’s new advertising campaign celebrating the special   relationship that forms between a reader and the books they’ve treasured over the years. Happy Reading consists of a series of posters that feature the well-read, and … Continue reading

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So much to read

Les Cousins 1959, director Claude Chabrol  

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Summer Reading

As a former teacher, I still worry about the potential deleterious impact of long summer vacations on student development. The infographic below outlines the importance of keeping children engaged in learning, or at least reading, over the summer months. If … Continue reading

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Beloved Books

h/t Grant Snider watch this space for news on his first children’s book  

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Don’t Forget To Remember

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