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  • January and resolutions

    Posted by Dana Bohon on 1/11/2019

    Happy January!

    January usually gets a bad rap.  It is cold. Period.  These really cold days give us an opportunity to snuggle up with a blanket and a good book.  I'm currently reading Tangerine, a novel by Christine Mangan.  It is a mystery novel and the setting is in Tangier, Spain.  I am hoping to finish the book this weekend and enjoy the arrival of a significant amount of snow coming our way. 

    One of my resolutions is spending less time on electronics.  I'm not a gamer, but I do get lost watching Facebook videos, Instagram pictures and sometimes I spend a few minutes, - haha - on Pinterest looking at old buildings, especially old libraries.   And of course, there are the crafting ideas that haven't happened yet. 

    So for this my initial blog, I will pass on the technology links and awesome new websites, and encourage you to pick up a book and decide for yourself if it indeed was a good book.

    With January joy, 

    Ms. Bohon 

     

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    The mission statement of the library media program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. 

    We collect and preserve knowledge and provide access to a variety of books and multimedia to support teaching and learning.  We also foster a reading and information culture that promotes independent, motivated readers and learners for life. 

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