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Second Generation Librarian.

Tag Archives: children

Of course everyone and their mother is talking about e-content nowadays, especially in the wake of the Harper Collins/OverDrive upset. After squawking about e-books enough in my “trends” portion of month-end reports, I was asked by my administration to develop and lead a series of sessions to train staff on the fundamentals of using different […]

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For our “story time on demand” story times (the MPL “there’s a lot of kids here -better offer story time” initiative) I’m finding this book (We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury) to be an absolute hit! I’m about to take it into Ontario Early Years circle time with […]

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Ah, another season, another round of Story Times. I’m still fighting the good fight with Baby Goose, our story time for 0-2 years. Although now with our new out in the open story time design that usually means I’ll get kids from newborn on up. This bother some people – with my 0-5 story time, […]

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