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The Beauty of Friendship

Friendship is a beautiful thing and if we pay attention, we can see actual, tangible evidence of that beauty. Here in the DC area, we are experiencing peak bloom of the famous cherry blossom trees -…

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Home for the Holidays

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Investigations into Journalism

Investigative journalists take deep dives into a specific event or topic. Often, these long term projects become significant reports or books. Journalists spend months and years researching and…

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Spooky Stories

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Trending Titles: High School Edition

If you work with teenagers, you know they're not happy without their music. Teens can't get enough audio content, so it's no surprise they're really embracing audiobooks. These are just some of the…

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Need a Getaway?

The days are still short, the weather isn’t great, and we’re all starting to get a little restless. Sounds dour, but we think it’s actually the perfect time for a little mindset recharge and reframe!…

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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 to…

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Listen, You'll Write Better

We believe children need to be good listeners before they can become great readers. We also believe that listening skills lead to better writing skills - for many of the same reasons.

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Remembering D-Day: The 75th Anniversary

The D-Day invasions of Normandy are remembered as a turning point in world history. On June 6, 1944, Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, beginning an operation that would lead to…

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Curricular Spotlight: Biographies

Biographies are a great way to dig deep into your curriculum. Often, we study biographies as part of our Social Studies or Language Arts curricula - but they're great in science and math classes,…

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