Boredom Busters for Kids

A guest post by Liz Smith, a children's librarian. Looking for something to keep the kids occupied?  Make some puppets and put on a show!  Puppets can be made out of materials you likely already have at home. Paper lunch bags can make great puppets for younger children. Cut a few inches off the top…
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Social Justice in Education

Class is in session! A new school year brings new opportunities for students. As we settle into new school routines, it’s important to remember that some students fought against oppression just to be able to go to school. Many children and families have fought hard for the right to have an education. Sometimes, those fights…
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Commemorating Juneteenth

Have you ever read Juneteenth for Mazie? Mazie wants to have the freedom to do lots of things. She wants to stay up late and doesn’t want to hear the word “no.” When Juneteenth rolls around, she’s feeling like she can never do anything that she wants. Then she learns about her Grandpa Moses, who…
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