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David O'Brien Jun 12
How far will a mother go to find out what happened to her child? Check out this great new novel set around the true disappearance of children at the Children’s Home Society in 1932!
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Stacy Cameron Apr 18
Helping a kid choose a book begins with "What do you like" not "What is your level?"
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Lauren Hicks Apr 18
Fourth day of learning and still going strong!
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Aldine ISD Libraries Apr 18
I just won a piece of original artwork by Rosemary Wells!
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Stacey Rattner Apr 18
I’m Stacey from North North Texas aka upstate NY and I survived (barely) FOMO.
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Emma McDonald Apr 18
Almost a 100% correlation between being a series reader as a kid and a lifetime reader as an adult. We also need to make sure we have series books by diverse authors. ~
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ZtheLibraryChica😎💗📚 Apr 18
Reading is NOT ABOUT LEVELS! It’s about nurturing RESPONSIVE readers, RESPONSIBLE readers, COMPASSIONATE readers. YES, PLEASE!
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Robin Cashman Apr 18
Learning some great lessons about leadership this week!
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Mary Nevares, MLS Apr 18
Journalists & librarians are in the same business: “truth, enlightenment, facts and storytelling” - Scott Pelley
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liz 💫🌈 Apr 18
“Nothing about me, without me.” Think about this when doing any diversity, equity, and inclusion work. A wide array of backgrounds and stories need to be in that room making decisions and in prominent positions.
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Gina Seymour Apr 18
Headed to the airport. Thank you for a wonderful time
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Jalissa Apr 19
I think I did pretty well at Possible giveaway TK 😇😇😇
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Tina Berumen Apr 18
Reading should not be about finishing the assignment! Our overarching goal should be linking the book-head-heart!
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Jennifer LaBoon Apr 20
TLA 2019: A Blast for Librarians, Publishers, and Authors
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Emma Romero Apr 17
Representing El Paso and sending love to her librarian, Ms. Tellez
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Horn Library Apr 18
Loving my new shirt!!!! Thanks ... have you thought about getting into library fashion?! ❤
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Julia Clark Apr 18
Extremely sad it’s the last day of . Hands down the best conference I’ve been too! Excited to visit Central later today, hopefully try out Cookbook Cafe, see The Public, and end the day with the Congress Bridge 🦇!
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Tom Bober Apr 18
On my flight home from , I sat next to two sisters, 7&4, and now I know why always travels with a bag of books.
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RGV Library Squad Apr 19
RGV Librarians at ! It was wonderful seeing all of you! We can’t wait to see what brings!
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Teravista Library Apr 17
James did an awesome job representing Round Rock ISD and district 3 at the 2019 Bluebonnet Luncheon!
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