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Weber to join Young Readers discussion on loss, illness in Week Nine selections

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The CLSC Young Readers program for the final week of the season offers two stories of loss and hope. Readers ages 11 and younger have explored 11-year-old Melody’s cerebral palsy in Sharon Draper’s Out of My Mind, while readers 12 and older have learned the story of Hazel Lancaster and her struggle with cancer in John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars. 287 more words

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Weber celebrates son’s life in family memoir

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Damon Weber would have turned 25 on Aug. 8. The vivacious, red-haired boy wanted to be an actor and, unlike most of his friends, he was not afraid to talk to girls. 895 more words

Chautauqua

CLSC Young Readers experience stories of hope, loss and adventure in 2013 selections

Tales of travel to another universe, a gorilla who lives in a mall, struggle with disability and loss, and a retelling of a classic romance are just some of the adventures awaiting young readers this season. 1,092 more words

Literary Arts

"Immortal Bird"

Immortal Bird – A Family Memoir” by Doron Weber is the story of Weber’s firstborn son, Damon, who was born without a second ventricle on the right side of his heart… 604 more words

Books And Essays

Money For Wikimedia: "The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Renews $3 Million Commitment to Wikimedia"

From the Wikimedia Web Site:

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, a philanthropic grantmaking institution that supports science, technology and economic institutions, announced today that it will award a grant of $3 million (USD) to the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit that operates Wikipedia.

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