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Appropriate for preschool age children.

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Georgia C. -
Challenge yourself to read, sing, talk, play and write with your child in new ways this week! Read: Use books to teach your child about sequencing. Books about games, routine and recipes emphasize the order in which things happen. Try The Napping House and Bee-Bim Bop. ... More 
Dashia S. -

Volunteer with CityServe

CityServ is making a difference in the Columbia community with 'One Week--All of Columbia Voluteers.' During the week of April 20-28, residents are asked to particpate in one of the community... More 
Leah B. -

New Arrivals for Children | March 19, 2013

Spring is in season at Richland Library with books like Sara Pennypacker's Clementine and the Spring Trip and Chicks! by Sandra Horning. Check out these and other new titles,... More 
Georgia C. -
Challenge yourself to read, sing, talk, play and write with your child in new ways this week! Read: Share counting stories over and over. Give your child time to look at, point to and count the objects in the books. Sing: Use songs that involve counting -- Once I... More 
Georgia C. -
Challenge yourself to read, sing, talk, play and write with your child in new ways this week. Read: Use action stories like We're Going on a Bear Hunt, From Head to Toe, and Dancing Feet to get your child moving. Sing: March to London... More 
Georgia C. -
Challenge yourself to read, sing, talk, play, and write with your child in new ways this week! Read: Share alphabet books like The ABCers by Carole Lexa Schaefer, An Annoying ABC by Barbara Bottner, and Museum ABC by the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. ... More 
Comprehensive coverage of more than 2,300 North American religious groups in the U.S. and Canada -- from Adventists to Zen Buddhists. Information is presented in two distinct sections, essays and directory listings describing the... More 
Rebecca T. -

Valentine's Day

I love you. I think you’re grand. There’s none like you in all the land.”  - from... More 
Ashley W. -

I, Too, Am America

The Coretta Scott King Award is given by the American Library Association (ALA) annually to outstanding African American authors and illustrators. This year’s recipient was Bryan Collier, an... More 
Leslie T. -

Rare Words Are Key for Child’s Success in Reading

What are rare words, where can you find them, and why do they matter? Rare words are those beyond the 10,000 words known as our Common Lexicon used in most daily conversation with each... More 

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