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  1. Pride and Passion: The African American Baseball Experience

    Tour Itinerary 2009 January 14–March 6 New York Public Library, Countee Cullen Branch New York, NY March 18–May 1 Albion District Library Albion, MI May 13–July 3 Oak Park Public Library Oak Park, IL July 8–August 21 St. Louis Public Library St. Louis, MO ...

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  2. One Book, One Community

    The ALA Public Programs Office has developed several resources for librarians building community-wide reading programs, including a CD containing an extensive planning guide and customizable graphics for “One Book” programs. Available “One Book, One Commu ...

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  3. My Own Little Works of Art

    Book Links Sept. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 1) By Bob Raczka Step inside an innovative art series and discover how the author finds inspiration for each imaginative book. Preschool through middle school This month, the tenth book in my ongoing series, Bob Raczka’ ...

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  4. Let’s Talk About It: Love & Forgiveness Selected Libraries

    Seward Community Library Museum Seward, AK Vestavia Hills Public Library Vestavia Hills, AL Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library  Monterey Park, CA Roseville Public Library Roseville, CA San Diego County Library San Diego, CA San Diego Public Library San Die ...

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  5. Connecting Content to Standards

    Book Links  Sept. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 1) In an effort to help Book Links readers integrate the magazine’s content into the curriculum, below is a list of standards related to selected articles in this issue. This list is intended to serve as a general guid ...

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  6. Thinking Outside the Book: Online Reading Rocks!

    Book Links  Sept. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 1) By Jill Castek and Jessica Mangelson Sitting in the library’s alcove, 35 third- and fourth-grade students are captivated by the story the school librarian is reading aloud. Their engagement is evident in their burst ...

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  7. Leave the Light On! Ghost Stories to Thrill and Chill

    Book Links Sept. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 1) Raise reading spirits with spine-tingling stories from beyond the grave. By Angela Leeper Upper elementary school through high school Vampires have left their mark in recent books for teens, but nothing beats the bui ...

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  8. Talking with Mary Downing Hahn

    Book Links  Sept. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 1) By Angela Leeper Upper elementary school through middle school The award-winning author discusses the inspirations behind her hair-raising ghost stories. Although Mary Downing Hahn has written historical fiction, re ...

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  9. 2008 ALA Annual Conference Events—Anaheim, California

    Adult Literature Programs and Author Events guide (PDF) LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage In the Exhibition Hall at the back of the 2500 aisle Saturday, Sunday, and Monday: noon–4 p.m. Take a break from a day of meetings and programs and stop by the LIVE ...

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  10. Serving Non-English Speakers

    American Library Association (ALA) study provides new information about library services and programs developed for non-English speakers, including effectiveness of services, barriers to library use, most frequently used services and most success library ...

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