Tag: reading

Halloween Inspired Literacy Activities for Bigger Kids

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October is hands down my favorite month of the year in New Hampshire. The air has that crisp chill to it, all the leaves...

A Librarian’s List of Awesome Audiobooks for All Ages

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In this time of "Safe at Home", I'm finding it harder and harder to find moments alone to recharge while I social distance with...

FREE Digital Reading Resources from your Library!

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I'm a librarian and last Sunday, our library closed because of the COVID-19 virus. Frankly IT. WAS. INSANE. It honestly felt like people were...

Social-Distancing Resources for Families – We Can Do This

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This is an unprecedented time. Now, more than ever, we have to lean on each other. Virtually, that is. We at Seacoast Moms are committed...

The Unit Study: Homeschooling Help For You Your Kids Will Love

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It’s official. Your kids are home from school for the next few weeks due to COVID-19. No doubt your child’s teacher has sent home...

Should Kids Read Graphic Novels? Yes! Here are Picks from A...

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Imagine this scenario: you are at your local Seacoast library with your youngster: She slows down at the Mo Willems and Gerald and Piggie...

10 Fun Reading and Writing Activities for Kids

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It’s that time of year again: school vacation. The kids are home, their energy level is at an all time high, and it feels...

Making The Leap: Early Chapter Books for Your Young Reader

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This month I'm covering one of my favorite topics: early chapter books (aka transitional chapter books).  It is that wonderful time when readers are...

Empowering Princess Books for Your Preschooler

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Let's talk about the empowering princess. I've got a little preschooler who loves princesses. I mean LOVES. Flouncy dresses, sparkly tiaras, and glittery castles....
classic picture books

Rundown of the Weirdest Classic Picture Books

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Let's face it, there are some weird picture books out there for kids. Classic picture books are mostly worth collecting, reading and savoring with...