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Coming Up For Air

So for those of you wondering why I fell off the face of the earth…I’m officially coming up for air. :) It’s been an unexpectedly busy summer at my new library. 115 more words

Rants & Ramblings

Summer Reading

Since I’m doing a lot of lounging this summer, I thought I’d take the opportunity to force myself to get some reading done. I’d be lying if I said I went through the effort to find these books myself, because I just picked a few that interested me from… 389 more words


Crazy for Zoella!

Hello World,

I have been a Zoella fan for a few years now and continue getting more and more addicted (in a good way). For those who do not know Zoella (or Zoe Sugg), she is a British fashion and beauty vlogger. 435 more words


Sometimes it takes a kidney infection – well a UTI to be more precise to corner you — or land you on a hammock.  This is where I find myself today with spasms of pain growing more intense in my left side. 898 more words

Random, Useless, Interesting

The Mayor's Review: The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

The Mayor’s Review of The War that Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

Available: Spring 2015

Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure, Empathy

Age: Middle Grade (4th-8th) 489 more words

Educator Resources

The Mayor's Review: The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin

The Mayor’s Review of The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin

Available: September 2015

Genre: Realistic Fiction, Sad/Empathy, Coming of Age

Age: Middle Grade (4th-8th) 339 more words

Raising Readers

The Color Purple (Summer of Black Female Authors)

So we all have summer reading goals, it’s like a necessity for readers to have a summer reading list to complete.  This summer I have decided to dedicate my time to reading black, female authors.  510 more words