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mamawolfe
5 Ways To Create A Love Of Reading With Children

Mar 7, 2016

I’ve been helping kids create a love of reading for 25 years. Some days, I think I’ve nailed it. Others, it’s more of a struggle. Yesterday, for example, my 8th graders rushed into class babbling about the first chapter of The Pearl; they couldn’t believe it when the chapter was over, and how fully...

mamawolfe
5 Ways To Create A Love Of Reading With Children

Mar 7, 2016

I’ve been helping kids create a love of reading for 25 years. Some days, I think I’ve nailed it. Others, it’s more of a struggle. Yesterday, for example, my 8th graders rushed into class babbling about the first chapter of The Pearl; they couldn’t believe it when the chapter was over, and how fully...

mamawolfe
5 Ways To Create A Love Of Reading With Children

Mar 7, 2016

I’ve been helping kids create a love of reading for 25 years. Some days, I think I’ve nailed it. Others, it’s more of a struggle. Yesterday, for example, my 8th graders rushed into class babbling about the first chapter of The Pearl; they couldn’t believe it when the chapter was over, and how fully...

mamawolfe
5 Ways To Create A Love Of Reading With Children

Mar 7, 2016

I’ve been helping kids create a love of reading for 25 years. Some days, I think I’ve nailed it. Others, it’s more of a struggle. Yesterday, for example, my 8th graders rushed into class babbling about the first chapter of The Pearl; they couldn’t believe it when the chapter was over, and how fully...

The Blue Muse
A grateful heart: A grump and a pint-sized bookworm

Nov 10, 2015
A grateful heart: A grump and a pint-sized bookworm

I was ecstatic for a moment. I thought I had won the Christmas tree wager!! (The one where I bet the Christmas tree that I could lose 13 pounds by December 1.) After snapping a picture of the scale for proof, I reported gleefully to Mr. T… who shrewdly pointed out …

The Blue Muse
Luckiest Girl Alive: An emotional thriller

Nov 8, 2015
Luckiest Girl Alive: An emotional thriller

Starbucks launched the red cups and Target now drips with tinsel and lights. If you want a fast read to cut through the overwhelming sweetness of the apparently-already-here holiday season, look no further than Jessica Knoll’s Luckiest Girl Alive. Just make sure you have a strong stomach and tolerance for suspense. The …

The State Hornet
New library dean has sights set on improvement

Apr 1, 2015

After becoming the new dean of the Sacramento State University Library on March 2, Amy Kautzman has set eyes on receiving funds for a new library.

The Blue Muse
The Other Typist: A sophisticated Prohibition-era mystery

Nov 10, 2014
The Other Typist: A sophisticated Prohibition-era mystery

The Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell.Close your eyes and imagine's it's Prohibition-era New York City. George Gershswin's "Rhapsody in Blue" is playing at Carnegie Hall. J. Edgar Hoover is leading the FBI and the Giant's just won their 4th pennant. It's...

Placer County Online
Library Advisory Board vacancy

The Placer County Board of Supervisors is looking to fill a vacant seat on the Placer County Library Advisory Board. The seat to be filled will represent Supervisorial District One. This covers the majority of the southernmost portion of the County, and will represent District One Supervisor, Jack Duran for a four-year term. A...

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Placer County Online
Roseville libraries extend hours to help residents stay cool

ROSEVILLE – The National Weather Service is predicting extremely high temperatures in our area for the next several days. The California Department of Public Health is reminding the public to take precautions. The City of Roseville is extending the hours of the Downtown Library to offer cool places for city residents in need of getting...

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