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Native American Heritage Month

How do you incorporate Native American history into your curriculum? A history of the United States is certainly incomplete without discussion of the peoples who lived with, cultivated, and cared…

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JB's Favorite Chillers

Our top ops guy, John, is a connoisseur of spooky stories. This week he's sharing his favorites in this special edition virtual bookshelf! So if you're looking for something to put you in the mood…

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Fall is for Football

Football season has begun, and we're carrying concepts from the field into the classroom. So this week, we've got a line up of football titles and activities to kick off your school year. 

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Friendsgiving

Around Thanksgiving last year, we discussed the importance of family stories. This year, we're taking another look at personal histories, but shifting our focus slightly - towards friends. Because…

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Wickedly Good Stories

There's a chill in the air and every store has at least one haunted aisle. It must be near Halloween! If your library or classroom isn't ready yet, this post has spooky story suggestions for every…

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Tales for Teens

Teenagers these days are nearly inseparable from their digital devices. Many students listen to music during every minute of free time from the moment they wake up to the second they fall asleep.…

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Every year, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th. One of several months dedicated to highlighting various culture and ethnicities, Hispanic Heritage Month is…

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