Baby Read-Aloud Basics: Fun and Interactive Ways to Help your Little One Discover the World of WordsJanuary 4 , 2013
Written by: Caroline J. Blakemore and Barbara Weston Ramirez
Written by: Susan M. Greve
Written by: Marion blank, Phd.
- Chantal Wilson
I’m something of a re-reader. I am more than happy to revisit a story I have thoroughly enjoyed. So, not surprisingly, some of my reading resolutions include re-reading well liked books, but I am trying to add some challenges as well.
- Sarah Sawicki
Practice your reading skills and have fun playing with dogs at Richland Library Sandhills. Does your elementary child need reading practice? You can visit us at the library Jan. 2 at 3:30 and your children can practice their reading to our library dogs, good listeners who are furry and fun! Dogs love the attention and the children get to practice with a no-pressure audience. Come out and read to the dogs!
- Colleen Bayard
Where has the moon gone? It has disappeared from the sky and Rendi seems to be the only one who has even noticed. Although Rendi was in a new village, because he had run away from home, he found work as an inn-keepers chore boy. No one had visited this inn or this town in some time and nothing ever seemed to happen. However, one day a mysterious Madame Chang arrives with wonderful stories of Chinese folklore. It is through the telling of these stories that the pieces of the puzzle begin to unfold. Each story reveals a little bit about the teller and offers a clue that helps answer, "what happened to the moon?"
- Colleen Bayard
- Melissa Thigpen
How do I find them now? We know that change can be hard, especially when your favorite things have moved and you can't find them. But our goal at the library is not to make finding the things you need hard. We want to make getting what you need easy so we have collected a list of the most used online resources for your convenience. Just click on the links below to get started.
The 3M Cloud Library is a new way for libraries to lend eBooks. With the 3M Cloud Library, library customers use their personal RCPL accounts to access e-books for their devices. Simply browse, select and check out books to synce them on your computer and mobile devices simultaneously. Don't own an e-reader? You can borrow a 3M eBook Reader form the library. Staff will assist you in loading your books onto the reader which can be taken home an enjoyed for three weeks just like a paper book.
NoveList® K-8 is a great online resource for helping kids find that next great fiction read. Now NoveList K-8 Plus provides access to information on over 30,500 nonfiction titles designed to support the curriculum and kids’ pleasure reading. Created especially for kids (and the adults who work with them), it has a colorful, graphic-rich homepage and is very easy to use.