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I See Things Differently: A First Look at Autism

Most of us are pretty good at finding ways to ignore things that we don’t want to see or hear… but for people with autism, it can be harder to ignore things. All the sights and sounds around them come rushing into their brains like a giant wave. Continue reading

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Swing Sisters: The Story of the International Sweethearts of Rhythm

“In the 1940s there were other big band entertainers who were very popular, such as Louis
Armstrong and Count Basie. They were leaders of male bands. The International Sweethearts
of Rhythm was one of the very few all-female bands at the time. Women were discriminated
against.” Continue reading

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Tiny Thinkers: Charlie and the Tortoise

Charlie loved being outside with the animals and plants, with birds that tweet and trees that dance. Continue reading

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Dress Up Day

Come with us as we dress up!
Be a pilot or chef. Maybe you think a policeman is best.
Farm the land, sing in a band, or fight fires like a fireman.
See a teacher, a doctor, an artist too and learn about the jobs they do. Continue reading

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Monster 2000 Stickers: Goofy, Toothy, and Fun!

Meet the Space Monsters! “Space monsters from Planet Goo are visiting their friends on the Gooey Green Moon!” Add more monsters and some toys they can play with. Continue reading

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Lola at the Library

Every week Lola goes to the library to find a new book
She loves it so much now she’s hooked! Continue reading

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Malala Yousafzai: Warrior with Words

“We will bring change through our voice.”
“Our words can change the world” Continue reading

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