Kids always love to be surprised with what they are going to learn. I am so happy that your students loved it when you introduced the dragon's tale to them. It gives them new ideas to ponder about. anti snoring
I am really excited to read the novel “Where the Mountain Meets the Moon” after reading this post. I am sohappy that it received the Newbery Honor. I am sure that t is going to be a treat. Thanks a lot for the post aswell as the video. Keep sharing.
Gingerbread house building workshop is a program conducted by keene public library to find and promote the artistic skills of children under the age group of 15. Good to know that, the program was a great success and hundreds of students participated in it.
What a fantastic idea - I bet you had a library full of honking and roaring dragons by the end of that! Would you mind if I shared this idea on my blog for other dragon lovers to use? http://www.dragonsandthings.co.uk/
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Thank you for letting us know! I'm so glad you found our History useful. We are very proud of it.
It is with interest that though this history, I learned a little more about my ancester,Timothy Hall. Thanks for posting this on the internet.Regards: Andrew Hall in Connecticut
Yes, there was a mistake in our original posting. Crossed Swords (The Prince and the Pauper will be shown on Tues., Dec. 14. Thank you for your good eyes!
Should that read December 13th?Delete 118 minutes?Copied from KPL WebsiteWed. Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. "Crossed Swords" (1937)Errol Flynn and Claude Rains star in this classic version of The Prince and the Pauper. 118 minutes. Directed. by William Keighley. 92 minutes.
Is your grandchild signed up? Parents, grandparents, and other caregivers can accompany participants. We might not have enough harmonicas for caregivers though. However, if there is interest, we can offer a class just for adults. When time do you think would be best for adults?
Now that is a class I am interested in also! Can a grandparent accompany her grandchild?
Thanks! I love it at Keene Public Library. It's nice to know that you do too!
Thanks so much for suggesting such a neat site. I'm going to add it to our webpages as soon as possible.
This is a great book. It received a Newbery Honorary Recognition award. For a complete list of both winners and books that received this recognition, please see the following link:http://hubpages.com/t/186684
Young Cha- something rocks! Making history fun!
The library will be posting the workshop materials soon. Stay tuned!
Hello,A friend forwarded this information, but I read too late to attend. Please let me know of any other information on this in the future or group that meets to discuss this topic. I have a 15 year old son who is very interested in making movies. Thanks!Lisa Chamberlain, Hillsboro firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course none of the original sounds of Motown are in the public domain, but Solange Knowles put out a single in the past few years that has a very familiar ring to it, if the Big Chill soundtrack is your kind of thing.Then it's reasonable to believe that you could find something on Jamendo with a CC BY-SA license suitable for reuse in this video, provided that the video too was licensed that way. (Then it could be added to our free collections also.) It's certainly a better option than waiting 100+ years for Motown to enter the public domain.KFL
I'll pass this on to BJ but I'm confidant that we'll get it. Thanks.