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Really!?? 2017??!


You gotta be kidding me? Already? I do remember a good bit of 2016 but it really doesn't seem like an entire year has gone by. Given how fast time flies, it might be good for me to pick up a few of these futurist reads (and some video clips here too):     The Singularity Is NearBibWidget Ray […]

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5 Excellent Animated Films NOT produced by Disney

Princess Aurora, Cinderella, and Ariel

It is true that for decades Disney studios have produced widely popular films for children. It is also true that Disney films are regularly criticized for portraying cultural, racial, and gender stereotypes that cause many parents to question the problematic messages they give to children. Despite the controversies associated with Disney films, I admit that I have enjoyed the occasional screening of Sleeping Beauty and other […]

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YA Books To Help You Survive Your Winter Break

The two weeks of winter break are fast approaching and if you're looking for a way to pass the long, dark, cold hours I suggest you check out one of these winter or holiday-inspired books. Each book is set during the winter months and pairs perfectly with a cup of something hot. From tree decorating, […]

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Remembering Pearl Harbor


  75 years ago, on December 7, 1941, hundreds of Japanese aircraft and ships attacked the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Oahu. 2,403 American sailors, soldiers and civilians died; another 1,178 were wounded. On December 8, Congress declared war on Japan, and a few days later, Germany and Italy declared war on the United […]

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