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Library week

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In celebration of Banned Books Week, we made some special “Wanted” posters to remind you of the dangers of reading… okay, maybe it’s to remind you of the dangers of censoring. Download and print these posters for your library and help us fight for our right to read!

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Print This CraftKeep the kids busy and involved with reading by starting with our Printable Library Word Search. Great rainy ... Read More

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The Library Adventure uses affiliate links, see our policies for more information.Kids ages 8 to 12 are often too busy with scheduled activities of their own to make it to library programs in the afternoons or evenings. For librarians who wish to increase attendance at programs for this age group, this can be very frustrating, […]

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Hello! This week is Banned Books Week (September 27th through October 3rd) and I am excited to share with you the banners that I created for the lobby of

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Sat, 7 Feb is National Libraries Day ! Our libraries are facing huge challenges right now with all the budget cuts, and it's a great time to show your support. Libraries with trained librarians are a wonderful haven for readers, especially children, who can work their way through huge amounts of…

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Now that our Minecraft Book Setting Contest is over (congrats Shaine B!), it's time to kick off another contest! With this contest, students will match the teacher to the bookcase. Forms are available at the display; please turn them in at the library desk when complete. The contest ends on Thurs. Feb. 19, and the winner will be announced on Mon. Feb. 23. The winner will receive a gift certificate for the upcoming spring book fair. Good luck!

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