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Imagination Library documentary delayed

Imagination Library documentary delayed

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The Giver by Lois Lowry (Book Summary and Review) – Minute Book Report

The Giver by Lois Lowry (Book Summary and Review) – Minute Book Report

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This is a story about a boy named Jonas who lives in a somewhat sheltered community. Jonas lives with his Father, a newborn caretaker, his Mother, a judge of some kind, and his younger sister, Lily, an imaginative girl who asks a lot of questions. This community regards age as extremely important, tracking each boy […]

The Human Library at UVA

The Human Library at UVA

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I think people enjoy reading books because it’s not about their lives. I personally like memoirs because I like reading the story of other people’s lives and seeing what they went through how they lived and kind of applying that to my own life. We can learn from books, the power of education is something […]

San Diego couple turns library box into makeshift food pantry

San Diego couple turns library box into makeshift food pantry

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Sacramento Public Libraries closing indefinitely due to coronavirus pandemic

Sacramento Public Libraries closing indefinitely due to coronavirus pandemic

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Spokane Public Library joining national trend of drag queen story time

Spokane Public Library joining national trend of drag queen story time

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Macon children’s book author comes home

Macon children’s book author comes home

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Are books REALLY your friends? || Reading as Self-Care

Are books REALLY your friends? || Reading as Self-Care

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hello booktube my name is Cait and this is my channel chaptercviii this is another video in my reading as self-care series and in this video we’re going to be talking about reading for connection SO many times I’ve heard people make the joke “my books are my friends” “the characters and my books are […]

Library Launches Common Ground Campaign

Library Launches Common Ground Campaign

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Library staffed realized that the community was really agitated and a little bit anxious about politics and government. And then looking forward to the 2020 Election, library staff really wanted to develop a series of programs that would provide a safe place for people to talk about government, politics, and political infrastructure. Out of that […]

A Photographer’s Book Asks “Is Charlottesville a Music Town?”

A Photographer’s Book Asks “Is Charlottesville a Music Town?”

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>>You see the Pavilion and you see 4,000 people These were the people that laid the groundwork for a lot of this.>>In 2017, a local photographer set out to create portraits of 100 area musicians and to address the question is Charlottesville a music town? Join us today as we sit down with Rich Tarbell […]