Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Ebb and Flow of May, by Catherine Gillier

It is now the end of May, and springtime has appeared and disappeared many times.  Here at the library it is always the season for reading. THE AUTISTIC BRAIN: THINKING ACROSS THE SPECTRUM is a book that may be a … Continue reading

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Art Diplays at the Library, by Sue Culhane

As part of its mandate Temiskaming Shores Public Library provides access to timely information, opportunities for personal enrichment and lifelong learning and is adaptable to the changing needs of the community. The Library develops these activities in various ways. It … Continue reading

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Spring Warmth, by Catherine Gillier

The buds have opened on the trees, and soon the curled leaves will spread out to create shade from the warming sun.  Raspberry bushes can be trimmed, and the deck can become home to the lawn-chair. At the library there … Continue reading

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Bullying, by Sue Culhane

Recently there have been some shocking reports of bullying resulting in extreme behaviours –in some cases even death. These reports have shocked the world and have caused discussion among parents and educators. Some statistics suggest that bullying is on the … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day books, by Sue Culhane

Finally it feels that Spring has arrived! Let’s hope that May brings some much needed sun and warmth. One thing is for sure – May brings an opportunity to celebrate and recognize mothers! May 12th is Mother’s Day. There have … Continue reading

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