These 5 winter reads should ramp up your children’s imaginations, get them excited about the cold and the snow, and help them appreciate central heating.
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Rather than trying to figure out the “true” definition of a graphic novel, just know this format is yet another opportunity for reading.
I’ve loved reading for as long as I can remember. As a child, and especially as an adult – reading has been my favorite hobby.
Even if you didn’t grow up reading Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books, here’s how to introduce your kids to this historical “celebrity” who grew up in our region.
Kids are invited to practice reading aloud for 15 minutes with a certified therapy animal. For a positive reading experience, only the child should attend. Caregivers are asked to remain in the library. No pre-registraion. In person registration will begin 30 minutes prior to the event.
“I used to be a smart person! Now all it seems I know how to do is zip up zippers and tie shoes!” Here are five ways to fight against “Mom Brain.”
It’s time to go back to school, and staff in Youth Services at Rochester Public Library are getting ready for another season of youth events at the library.
I am a Harry Potter diehard fan! I’ll never forget the moment I cracked open the first book and delved into the magical world of wizards and muggles.
There are days as a mom, when I sit down and wonder if I’m doing anything right. I’ll read through the parenting books and no matter what the topic is, the author will say that I’m obviously doing everything wrong. And then I’ll read the opposition’s side, and I’m doing THAT wrong too. But […]
Each year we are told that January 1st is a magic day of renewal, our chance to “finally” get everything right. We buy cute planners, install calendar apps, stock the fridge with shakes and kale, but if by January 5th, we haven’t: lost 15 lbs, quit sugar/ caffeine/ gluten, learned French, and stopped drinking/smoking/swearing, we […]