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Book review: The Mixed-Up Truck, by Stephen Savage

Savage, Stephen. The Mixed-Up Truck. Roaring Brook Press, 2016. $16.99. ISBN 978162672153-1. 32 pages. Ages preschool-kindergarten.  P7 Q7

On the first day at a new job, a cheerful cement mixer wants to work, so it mixes flour to make cement. 132 more words

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BREAKING: Iconic Kentile Floors Sign Will Rise Above Prospect Park In Striking Community Collaborative

After a marathon 37-hour meeting which took place between the Gowanus Alliance and Prospect Park Alliance, the two organizations held a press conference this morning at The Boathouse on the Lullwater of the Lake in Prospect Park to announce their surprising collaborative. 692 more words

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BREAKING: Iconic Kentile Floors Sign Will Rise Above Prospect Park In Striking Community Collaborative

After a marathon 37-hour meeting which took place between the Gowanus Alliance and Prospect Park Alliance, the two organizations held a press conference this morning at The Boathouse on the Lullwater of the Lake in Prospect Park to announce their surprising collaborative. 702 more words

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The Mixed-Up Truck by Stephen Savage

The Mixed-Up Truck by Stephen Savage; illustrated by Stephen Savage. 2016. Digital techniques.

Brief summary: Cement mixer  is excited about his first day on the job at the construction site with the other trucks . 46 more words

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Windsor symphony receives $300,000 grant from Canadian government

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra will benefit from a $300,000 grant courtesy of the Government of Canada.

Announced on Tuesday, the funding matches a $300,000 donation the WSO received in 2015. 187 more words

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Where's Walrus? (Stephen Savage)

Summer Reading Day 33: Today’s book was Where’s Walrus? by Stephen Savage. I had picked this one from our library shelves quickly, so I hadn’t noticed at the time that this particular book has no words. 53 more words

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Wordless Picture Books? Click on the link below: Panel includes insight from award-winning author/illustrators Henry Cole, Raúl Colón, Marla Frazee, Stephen Savage, and David Wiesner. 4,490 more words

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