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The Liar’s Dictionary Book Discussion

For people who love language and words, July’s book discussion selection “The Liar’s Dictionary” by Eley Williams, is a must read. From the New York Times Books of the Times book review,  section: . “The English […]

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Phonics & The Science of Reading

In 2019, results on national and international exams showed stagnant or declining American performance in reading, and widening gaps between high and low performers.  The causes are diverse, but many experts point to a shortage of educators trained […]

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May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month is observed in the United States during the month of May, and recognizes the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. […]

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Crime Time Corner #7 Winter Chills

A trip to the Alps- with friends, or family, or even the people you work with – sounds like fun, doesn’t it? Crisp mountain air and gorgeous views of snow-capped mountains. But…throw in a few […]

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Edward O. Wilson, June 10, 1929- December 26, 2021

Edward O. Wilson was an American biologist and the leading authority on ants whose study led to some of the biggest and most provocative scientific ideas of the 20th century—the biological basis to human behavior(sociobiology) and […]

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NYT Notable Books 2021

Every year, the New York Times publishes its list of “100 Notable Books of the Year.” Take a look at some of the great books you may have missed this past year! […]

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Homemade Bread Day: November 17th

Happy to share these *NEW* Bread Making cookbooks in our collection! Find more bread making titles from our online catalog. Here’s a short excerpt on Bread Making and a very easy recipe to try from […]