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The Dick Tracy Show

Something about the 1990’s spoke to me since last posting, and I thought I should revisit the cartoon series that reaired in 1990 and is currently streaming on Hulu and other services, “The Dick Tracy Show.”  For those with no knowledge on the character, Dick Tracy is the equivalent to a detective seen in film noir films.   614 more words

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Anderson, IN: Children's Services Manager, Anderson Public Library

Anderson Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic professional librarian to manage the Children’s Department. The successful candidate will supervise a staff of 10. They will be responsible for programming, promoting early childhood literacy to care-givers, general reference assistance, and readers’ advisory. 111 more words

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Fourth of July Story Time

The last week of June, I did a storytime for the Fourth of July.  This actually isn’t an easy storytime to find great books for, but I found a few that I thought were winners.  867 more words

Helena, MT: Children's Services Librarian, Lewis & Clark Library

We are looking to add a dynamic, committed, creative, energetic and innovative member to our team in the role of Children’s Librarian. Here’s an opportunity to bring to life all your exciting ideas for children’s services in an established venue with a generous programming and materials budget and lots of community support.

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What female characters do modern children have to look up to?

The continued disdain for female leads in media is frustrating. As a woman who has remained intrigued by pop culture since childhood, I still find my options of females to look up to limited. 1,013 more words

Angela Talks

Color Science and Stories

I’ll admit that this is one of my favorite story times to do.  I get to read one of my absolute favorite books (I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More by Karen Beaumont), and there’s such a wealth of books and activities on color to choose from.  854 more words