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Children’s Books for Adults?

You know those books you read in your childhood that you loved because of the funny Characters or the bright colors? Have you ever had that moment when you’re reading those same books as an adult? You come across them in a library or book store, or even when you pick them up to read…

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Life Lessons from Mary Poppins

During this week in 1964, Walt Disney Studios released the musical film Mary Poppins, a story about a nanny who descends seemingly from the heavens to bring order to a London household that is in complete disarray.  Starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, the film was nominated for 13 Academy Awards, with Andrews taking…

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Celebrating S’mores Day!

It’s S’mores Day! Hopefully if you’re reading this you know what a s’more is. If not, here’s a short, informative video: Here are some fast facts about S’mores! Did you know the first known s’mores recipe was published in a Girl Scout Handbook in 1927? At that time they were called “some mores” !   Craving…

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Forms of Expression

By Glory Eshareturi Yesterday was world Emoji day! The day named for the date typically seen on an emoji calendar. Emojis are such a unique recent form of expression. They allow us to say what we need to say or convey feelings through text that we couldn’t before. They sure have evolved since the days…

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