Reclaiming Memory and History in Last Night at the Telegraph Club

In 1982, a British researcher and historian named Helena Whitbread stumbled upon a strange series of diaries written in a code. The diaries were written by Anne Lister, a wealthy and well-educated landowner who lived from 1791-1840. According to a BBC News article titled “The Life and Loves of Anne Lister'' by Rebecca Woods, the…
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Wonderbooks!

I've always loved audiobooks. Growing up, we always had them around the house (always from our local library). I especially loved the books that came with cassette tapes that would read the story aloud to you while you looked through a physical copy of the book. My personal favorite of these was my personal copy…
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Educational Apps for Kiddos!

The iPads in the children's section have a ton of cool and educational apps. We've compiled a list of apps that we have installed and are frequently used by our littlest patrons.  Bloom - This app pairs ambient music with artwork for an interactive and calming experience. (iOS only) Relationshapes - Drag, resize, and match shapes to…
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A Truly Great Read

We’ve all been there, the reading slump. I’ve spent my fair share of time feeling the “wow, I’d sure love to enjoy this book or any book really but nothing is quite hitting the spot.” Often times when I’m in a slump like this, my mental health is to blame. Like many of you out…
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Responsibility Done Right

I’m not exaggerating when I say that Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018) for the PS4 is the best Peter Parker has been written in over a decade. I may go so far as to say that this game has the most solid portrayal of Peter Parker in any Peter Parker-centric story. Now, I know that’s a big…
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