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Gale Virtual Reference Library

Gale Virtual Reference Library

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Encyclopedias are a good way to start a research project because they can help define your source and give you ideas for where to go next. Print encyclopedias are easy to use and are a good source of information, but they aren’t as up-to-date as resources online. That’s why one of the most useful resources […]

What to expect from libraries in the 21st century: Pam Sandlian Smith at TEDxMileHigh

What to expect from libraries in the 21st century: Pam Sandlian Smith at TEDxMileHigh

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Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Mary Kay When you work in a public library you never know who’s going to come through that door, you never know what questions they are going to ask. One day, a young boy who was eight or nine years old asked an unusual question. He’d been hanging out in the […]

Mini Book Tutorial: How to Make an Easy Mini Book for Kids with One Piece of Paper

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My name’s Tom and I’m going to show you how to make an eightfold many comic. It’s really easy to do. It’s got a cover, first page, second page, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and back cover. And the great advantage of it is that it requires no staples and it’s just one sheet. Take standard […]

Michelle Obama stops in Houston for book tour

Michelle Obama stops in Houston for book tour

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How to Create a Flip Book

How to Create a Flip Book

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How to Create a Flip Book. Doodles are fun, but turn them into a flipbook and they spring to life on the page—your flower blooms, your rocketship blasts off, or, if your doodles are a little on the primitive side, sure: your stick figure walks. You will need A ruler Some loose paper A pen […]