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An important book for home and classroom ... it tells a surprising story and provides opportunities to talk about appreciating paintings and the tales they tell. If you're a fan of Vermeer, you'll especially like this book. http://bit.ly/2mrZjRE
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Are you a fan of April Pulley Sayre's books? Jacqueline Briggs Martin and Phyllis Root share these outstanding books about birds. Fly along! http://bit.ly/2kFyrwK
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Teachers, don't miss author Aimee Bissonette's article offering terrific pointers for helping students get ideas. Bookmark this one. http://bit.ly/2sjtL3N
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This month Natalie Rosinsky shares "Summer Reading: to Sip or Chew," featuring Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World, California Dreamin' Cass Elliott Before The Mamas & The Papas, Message to Adolf, Footnotes in Gaza, and more. http://bit.ly/2LBxLoe
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Skinny dip with author C.M. Surrisi, who shares the predominant color in her wardrobe, the book she read as a child that most influenced her, the person at the top of her Most Admired list ... and more. http://bit.ly/2L598PY
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Melanie Heuiser Hill shares, "Darling Daughter listened to an audiobook of Little Women during a pneumonia recovery when she was nine-ish. She loved it." more: http://bit.ly/2s4BZNb
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Exciting books being published by Groundwood Books, this month's featured small press. Don't miss Nancy's interview with Fred Horler. http://bit.ly/2x4l6Hj
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Skinny Dip this week with Phuoc Thi Minh Tran, librarian, storyteller, and author. Where has she traveled outside the USA? What is her favorite flower? What does she wish for? http://bit.ly/2kdZiQ6
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As I peeked out windows, I began to notice a strange pattern emerging. Zigzags and curves of mowed grass dissected clumps of uncut lawn. Some sections remained untouched some re-mowed multiple times. It was like a disorganized alien had landed to create Picasso-esque crop circles in my yard. http://bit.ly/wrtcurves
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