Homeschool students and their adults gather on Tuesday afternoons in the Children’s Department at CLP – Main to share in a lively program series that supports and supplements their educational experience.
When you read a book that doesn’t have a character that reflects you, but is more about viewing others and different experiences, that is a window book — and they are just as important.
I found it fascinating to learn while watching a documentary that discussed the trends of television programming in the 1970s that a surge of shows found success in covering themes … Continued
As a group, the Eleventh Stack bloggers set a goal of reading 170 books for Summer Reading 2016. We started off full-steam ahead in early June, but family, friends, work and … Continued
Yellowcard is an American pop punk rock band that has been making music in some form since 1997. On September 30, 2016, the band will release their self-titled final album and will officially retire.
Before reading Lindy West’s new book, Shrill: Notes From A Loud Woman, I had never heard of her. I kept seeing this book on Amazon as a book that was soon to be released. After reading the description, I was interested.
Planning summer activities? Write a Summer Early Learning Bucket List. Read, talk, sing, play and write while enjoying warm weather and lots of sunshine.
Abigail Thomas’s books are glimpses of a well-lived life, each one containing scenes of wise, vivid prose that replicate the inconsistency of memory: “Life doesn’t arrange itself conveniently into chapters, … Continued
Clocking in at a mere 114 pages and titled with a clever twist on an Emily Dickinson lyric, Mark Porter’s Grief is the Thing With Feathers is a stunning summer read. You can read it as a long poem or a short novel, but it almost doesn’t matter, unless you’re a purist. It’s the lush, musical language that lifts Porter’s story out of the mundane and into the magical.