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At the other side of the runnel, the machine shrieked, groaned and rattled, and drilled. then all at once it shook and shuddered – wheezed – and stopped.

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freedom, jazz, bookstores, museums, and a snowy day...five for Black History Month

February is Black History Month and I’m so happy to pass on these five excellent titles. The more we seek to understand others, the more we are enriched and the more harmonious and peaceful society can become. 1,182 more words

Picture Books

Value of Story (to a white, middle-aged librarian)

Almost immediately during the Women’s Marches following the Inauguration of Donald Trump, I began to see more social media posts challenging “white women” to stand up instead of remaining silent.   1,014 more words

Another snowy day

I started kindergarten in 1969. I have few memories about it, but this I have are very clear. One of those memories is encountering Ezra Jack Keats’  254 more words

Stampy

Fresh order of stamps received, with more on the way.

Right after I ordered these stamps (and the ones still on the way), though, news of THIS upcoming stamp set came out.   19 more words

Toddler Storytime: The Snowy Day

I share a lot of new books in storytime to highlight what has been recently added to the library’s collection, but this past week I wanted to share a classic with families, many of whom are new parents. 578 more words

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MALIKA LEE WHITNEY TO READ 'THE SNOWY DAY' FOR STATE OF THE ARTS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

MALIKA LEE WHITNEY is Artistic Director of Pickney Productions an arts and education consortium based in Harlem. Her work as a performing artist is well known for presenting culturally vibrant and relevant programs for audiences of all ages. 487 more words

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