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January 2020 Reading Posters

"We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day." - Edith Lovejoy Pierce
Happy New Year! We hope you enjoyed 2019 and are excited to start a new decade! We think it would be fun to recap on some of the biggest things that happend in the past 10 years. From political to cultural, here are 10 things you may have forgotten that happened in the last 10 years.

10 Things that Happend in the Last Decade

1| April 2010 - The first iPad was released by Apple.
2| October 2010 - The launch of Instagram.
3| July 2011 - The final Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2 hit theaters.
4| 2011 to 2019 - Game of Thrones, based on the book series by George R.R. Martin ran for eight seasons.
5| 2014 - Blockbuster filed for bankruptcy as streaming services like Netflix began to dominate the market.
6| July - August 2014 - The Ice Bucket Challenge became viral, and raised over $115 million for ALS awareness and research.
7| July 2015 - United States Supreme Court approved the legalization of gay marriage.
8| August 2017 - The Great American Eclipse was the first solar eclipse to be visible across the entire U.S. since June of 1918.
9| Sepember 2017 - The #MeToo era in which women spoke out against sexual assault and harrassment.
10| April 2019 - We got the first-ever photo of a black hole.

New Year 2020 Reading Posters

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  1. Becky Hedgepeth says:

    Hi, my name is Becky and I am writing from Niagara Falls. I am an involved parent in the school district, with 5 children in various schools. Our family is also very involved in our community library. Today I saw our librarian decorated the children’s library with beautiful posters that she got from you.

    I am the coordinator for several large school community events in our city, including the district Spelling Bee, Teacher Appreciation celebrations and a district wide Family Reading Night. I am currently looking for reading related items that I could use as prizes for classroom teachers to use in their classroom. Your posters look like something that would be really cool to incorporate into our events!

    Would it be possible for me to get some of your posters without being a librarian myself? Please let me know how I can do this.

    Many thanks, Becky Hedgepeth 🙂

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