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Results tagged with 'reading'

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10 great books ... off the top of my head

Published Dec. 28, 2013

I'm not very good at lists. I read far too many books and listen to far too much music to ever successfully narrow things down to 10. But the key is to make your list without thinking too hard about it.


1998: a year in books

Published Sept. 4, 2013

When Molly Snyder asked about how I've changed since 1998 - the year was founded - I mentioned that I still read books printed on paper. And, in a habit I picked up from my friend Daniel Goldin, I keep a list of the books I read. Peeking back at that list, I was reminded of how my life has changed. Back in the 1990s and early 2000s, before I had kids, I read a lot more books than I do nowadays.


My little free library

Published July 16, 2013

My family and I decided we wanted to make a little free library, too. We worked on it sporadically, and finally finished it on July 3.


For SHARP students, learning is bee-utiful

Published June 17, 2013

The latest SHARP Literacy We Love to Learn book, entitled, "A Busy Bee: The Story of Bella the Honey Bee," landed the students' artwork in the Milwaukee Art Museum. Students from 13 schools joined forces to create 500 images depicting scenes from the book, which were then appliqued to four quilts now on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum.


Milwaukee Public Library summer reading program kicks off today

Published May 13, 2013

The Milwaukee Public Library kicks off their annual Super Reader Summer Reading Program today. The program encourages children to read or be read to every day during the summer, while tracking reading progress in a folder and earning incentives like free food and free admission to Milwaukee attractions.

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A Year of Reading...March/April

With winter hanging on and spring just barely poking its head above ground, I spent time at our wonderful central library perusing some of the newest books for middle school readers.  There are plenty of sequels to popular series, as well as a variety of titles by familiar authors, but I was...

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