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February 17, 2016

Award Winners for Black History Month

It’s Black History Month, an exciting time to celebrate the achievements, improvements, and innovations that African Americans have made throughout the centuries. One such contribution is literature, of which there is a lush history of vibrant stories, tales of courage and bravery, and knee-slapping humor. With the American Library Association’s […]
January 15, 2016

8 Highly Successful People Who Struggled Through School

  Want to make billions? Driven to leave your mark on this world? Maybe the thing to do is . . . drop out of school? Of course your education is important, but how well you perform in school is not necessarily an indication of how successful you will be […]
December 17, 2015

5 Creative Holiday Crafts for Kids (and Ad­­­­­­ults)

‘Tis the season to get creative with your kids or students! The holidays are the perfect time of year for teachers to provide opportunities for students to express their festive spirit—whether through arts and crafts, choir, performance recitals, or theater. But the joy of crafting is not just for kids . […]
December 10, 2015

7 Classic Christmas Books for Kids

The true spirit of Christmas lies in the heart and mind of a child—innocence, generosity, joy, and the unequivocal belief in the impossible.
December 3, 2015

7 Holiday Traditions In Other Cultures

The holiday season is officially upon us—you know what that means . . . Winter Break! Of course, not everyone celebrates Christmas, but did you know that not everyone who celebrates Christmas does it the same way? If you are starting to feel bored with your typical holiday traditions, feel […]
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