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Summer Reading: Why Fantasy Novels Should be on Your Reading List

by Nicolas White and Sara Whitestone

“Fairy tales are more than true – not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us dragons can be beaten.” – Neil Gaiman paraphrasing G.K. 1,228 more words

Summer Reading

Preschool Story Time: The Hero Inside Me

Date presented:  July 9, 2015

This story time was based on the theme suggestions from the 2015 CSLP Summer Reading Manual.  My goal was to have eight weeks of programming based on the theme:  “Every Hero Has a Story.”  To be honest, not all of those themes turned out to be great ideas.   1,572 more words

Story Time

Cheyenne River Reservation: Simply Smiles

While we were delivering books to Pine Ridge Reservation, we received an email from Brian, founder of Simply Smiles, an NGO that supports Cheyenne River Reservation. 490 more words

Kids And Community Service

Summer Reading Wrap Up!

I haven’t written on here in such a long time because I’ve been pretty busy, sorry!

I hope everyone had a great Summer. I know I did! 196 more words


Social Conflicts in The Color of Water

*This was one of my summer reading essays*

Throughout history, discrimination has been a continuous controversy. Society has proven not to be colorblind. In fact, looking through history books, there is countless evidence that society not only notices the difference of colors, but has tried relentlessly to separate them. 453 more words

Lets Take Tissue Samples!

In chapter nine: The Challenge of Precision Medicine, a pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital named Carolyn Compton dealt with the removal of a colon. During this process, they discovered  that tissue collection and preservation show some trouble for the biomedical research. 361 more words

The Book Of Summer

The Book Of Summer is the first book I’ve read by Michelle Gable and I loved it!

I also loved that it was set in Nantucket! 216 more words