“Experimental Reading”: The Alternative Way to Explore the Children’s Section

Having a hard time choosing which book to read next? Not sure how you’re going to find those twelve books you need to get these awesome Summer Reading prizes? Or perhaps you think you’ve read everything, and that the library offers you no more new, exciting adventures. Look no further than “Experimental Reading.” Inspired by…
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Remembering an All-Ages Historian

History, in its most basic form, is storytelling. Who did what? And how? And why? Like the best stories, the answers to these questions are oftentimes complicated, muddled by both conflicting viewpoints and the inevitable, obfuscating passage of time. For children, these questions are made further confusing by heightened questions of authority. Why is this…
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