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Goofy Crafts: Pop-Up Goblin

Goofy Crafts: Pop-Up Goblin!

Join Miss Kate as she creates a Pop-Up Goblin using paper, markers, a stick or straw and a paper cup!

Listen! Imagine! Create! Chicken Big!

Ms Beth shares the funny story of Chicken Big by Keith Graves, a humorous retelling of the classic Chicken Little story.  Then we'll make a chick craft with white paper and markers, or green, orange and black paper, cotton balls, yellow chalk, paper grass, egg shells (real or plastic) glue, a... Read more

Picture books with Kate and Amy

Talking books with Kate and Amy

Join Miss Kate and Miss Amy as they talk about some great picture books related to mindfulness, meditation and humor!

Goofy Crafts

Gather your supplies and make some Goofy Grin props with Ms Beth!  You will need white paper or poster board; crayons, markers or colored pencils; a stick, straw or something to attach to your grin; tape to attach.

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Notorious RBG 1933-2020

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on September 18, 2020. She left behind a long legacy, reflected in the multitude of books written about her for readers of all ages.

2020 Pura Belpre Awards

2020 Pura Belpré Awards

Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15-October 15, which makes this an especially great time to check out this year's Pura Belpré Award and Honor books. The Pura Belpré Award, "established in 1996, is... Read more

September 2020 Mid-Month Sudoku

Whether you're a sudoku novice or a seasoned pro, try your hand at MHL's mid-month sudoku!  A new puzzle will be released on the 15th of each remaining month in 2020 as a complement to the crossword released on the 1st of each month as part of our Elect to Connect series.  If you're getting... Read more

Remembering 9/11/01

Remembering 9/11/01

Those of us who were adults on September 11, 2001 and remember it like it was yesterday may be surprised to learn that there are novels written for young readers about 9/11 that are considered "historical fiction." Whether it's a day you'll never forget or a day you weren't yet born on, here are... Read more

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