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If you are looking for something to read this summer (beyond your school’s required list) check these books out for some great reads! They will take you on amazing adventures through magical worlds, encounter some quirky characters, make you jump right out of your skin, and leave you with a heart warming sense of joyContinue reading “Miss Kayla’s Suggested Summer Reading List”
The Gale Free Children’s Room is building our parents collection. Here are some of the newest titles — click on the image to go to our catalog, where you can read a book summary and put the book on hold. If you have a favorite you’d like to see in our collection, let us knowContinue reading “New Parenting Titles at Gale Free”
Earth Day is April 22nd, a day the world has marked as Earth Day since 1970. Here are some of our favorite books for younger kids about our planet, the ways humans are affecting the climate, and what we can do to keep the world healthy and beautiful. Click on the image to put theContinue reading “Saving Earth: great books for Earth Day”
Throughout history there have been many amazing women who have stood against oppression and prejudice. Women who have dared to stand up for women’s rights and break from traditional gender roles. Women have fought hard over centuries and this being an especially monumental year, considering our first female vice president was recently sworn into office!Continue reading “Empowering Women: Women’s History Month (Picture books-Middle grade books)”
There is a tremendous amount of great fiction out there about being Black in America. Here’s a list of some of our favorite books, written by some of the greatest children’s writers. Perspective is important: only by knowing how others experience life do we truly understand our own place in this world. Click on theContinue reading “Black History Month: Middle Grade Books”