Monthly Archives: April 2013

Things Happen To Our Minds When We Read:

Refer to Original Sources of Information: Buffer New York Times & Bits Stanford News Science Daily National Times

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Library Facts and Trivia:

Benjamin Franklin formed the first public lending library in America. The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, in terms of space and volume. It is the primary source of research requests by the United States Congress.  … Continue reading

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Random Musings ~ The Impact of Young Adult Literature Infographic

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Recipe: Chicken Marbella from The Silver Palate Cookbook

A recipe from The Silver Palate Cookbook by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins.  Chicken Marbella  (serves 12) 4 chickens, 2 1/2 pounds each, quartered 1 head of garlic, peeled and finely pureed 1/4 cup dried oregano coarse salt and freshly ground black … Continue reading

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Lawyers In Libraries:

Lawyers across the state will spend time in local libraries on Law Day, Wednesday, May 1, to provide resources and assistance to people in need, talk about statewide legal issues and meet with library patrons. Lawyers in Libraries: Law Day … Continue reading

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William Shakespeare Timeline Infographic:

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Celebrate Earth Day – Recycled Crafting:

Here’s a great idea for recycling old newspapers into seed cups for your garden. Original post found via blog handsandheartsfull.

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