Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Long Weekend has Passed, by Catherine Gillier

The long weekend has passed.  Summertime is supposed to be right around the corner.  But after cutting the grass and weeding the perennials, there is still time for the ritual of reading.  Park the lawn-chair in the shade.  Pour a … Continue reading

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The Flowering of May, by Catherine Gillier

The Lily of the Valley, the birth flower of May, pokes its head out from the warming earth.  And the library would like to share with patrons some of the newer books that are poking out from the shelves. THE … Continue reading

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Cooking with Kids, by Sue Culhane

Educators have long used stories as a starting point for classroom activities. Children love to listen to a story whether it be from a book or a personal experience. Stories can be the starting point for a creative activity, a … Continue reading

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