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New Job, New Projects, New Resources

Exciting news has been in the works for coming up on a month now. Starting January 11th, I’ll have the honor and the opportunity to start working at Queen Anne County’s Kent Island branch as their new Youth Services Librarian. … Continue reading

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Babies in Bloom: Singing

Babies from birth to 18 month (with caring adult) enjoy songs, action rhymes and playtime while building early literacy skills. A great way to get to know other families in your community! Early Literacy Tip: ┬áLike reading, singing is an … Continue reading

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FUNology: Build it Up, Knock it Down

This fun STEM program based off live-action Angry Birds, but we tried different set ups and demolition. FUNology is a program at AACPL that focuses on integrating interesting scientific principles with science activities, experiments and education. My programs tend to … Continue reading

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A Craft for 50 Cent’s and a Dream: Young Booker T. Washington, by Jabari Asim and illustrated by Bryan Collier.

A special club for elementary school students with discussions, games, crafts and a┬ásnack. Newcomers always welcome! My colleague, Mindy is the lead on this program with my assistance. She develops questions and we collaborate to create awesome games and crafts. … Continue reading

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New Job!

As many of you know, I’ve been seeking full-time employment as a Librarian, and lucky- for-me an amazing opportunity has been offered to me, and accepted. Marylanders, be excited! I will be moving to Southern Maryland right before my start … Continue reading

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Homeschool Art: Egyptian Portraits

For the month of November, we are focusing on art and science projects related to the Ancient Egyptians. Their culture is rich with scientific principles, and interesting art. For our first project of the month, I decided to base my … Continue reading

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Kids Corner: On the Farm

Yesterday, for our K-12 program, Kids Corner the theme was “On the Farm”. Kids Corner is a series of themed parties run at Carnegie Library of Homestead every Thursday from 6-7 (soon to be 5:30-7). For this weeks theme, I … Continue reading

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