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  What if Hitler had won World War II? That’s the premise for the upcoming debit release by one of the YA Buccaneers, Caroline Tung Richmond. It’s coming into the world on September 30/14, and we’re all so excited for … Continue reading

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Over at the YA Buccaneers, we’re having a Summer Reading Challenge that runs until August 31st. If you’re like most of us, summer can be a great time to catch up on some of those TBR piles, and we’re hoping … Continue reading

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Office supplies are very underrated, especially when it comes to the idea of presentations.  If you’re using a projector or some other digital media device to play a slideshow, then office supplies are probably the least of your concern. But … Continue reading

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As a children’s librarian, I hear a lot of what young people are looking for when they come to the library. And there are many young readers out there who are transitioning from Middle Grade books to Young Adult—and not … Continue reading

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Get that fishing pole out and pack your bags. July is Camp NaNoWriMo month!           If you’ve ever participated in NaNoWriMo in November, you’ll know the thrill (and brainbusting stress) of trying to write an entire … Continue reading

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