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The Socially Relevant Anomaly That Was PBS' Ghostwriter

In the afternoon hours of October 4, 1992, a new children’s program premiered on PBS. The series was designed to teach reading and writing skills to elementary and middle-schoolers, but for me (the child of an English teacher and an editorial proofreader), its impact had nothing to do with improving my grammar. 747 more words

April Story Times @ Pintlala Library

Pintlala Branch Library

April 2017   STORY TIME

255 Federal Rd.

Hope Hull, AL 36043

334 281-8069

NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK April 9 – 15

Mrs. Sandra Berry, Librarian… 1,014 more words

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April Events @ Lowder Library!!

April 2017 @E L Lowder Regional Library

Stitch and Share meets the fourth Thursday afternoon of the month. We will meet Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 3pm.  1,164 more words

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Williams Library Announces April Events!!

Bertha Williams

April 2017

Adult Program

*Art Transforms

National Library Week

April 10-15

Several art projects will be installed for National Library Week to see how art can Transform Libraries. 1,068 more words

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April Events @ Hampstead Library!!

MHP April Events Kathryn Powell

Events:

April 5 – Build Your Own Series: Book or “Flower Pot” 3:45 – 5:15 p.m. Sign-ups open from 3/22/17-4/3/17… 196 more words

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Hampstead Library Announces National Library Weeks Programs!!

MHP National Library Week Programs 2017 – Transforming Libraries By Kathryn Powell

Week Long Program:

Transformation Destination – Stop by the library to let us know how the library has transformed your perspective on life and what programming you’d loved to see come up in the Hampstead Branch Library’s schedule! 92 more words

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Agents of Change

Some time back I publicly gushed about what I normally gush about to any parent who will listen – my love of the PBS Kids series Odd Squad… 961 more words

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