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Tag Archives: Festival of Words
Creativity. Freedom. Discovery. Repeat. Festival of Words 2022.
Remember that bad start to the day of Festival of Words? It gets better. Much. Creativity. Freedom. Discovery. Repeat. Such was the mantra you would see occurring at the December 3rd Festival of Words held at St. Georges Technical High … Continue reading
For the sake of Librarianship
5:00 AM alarm, it doesn’t come easy, I know this. Many can confirm this 🙂 As I rose to ready for traveling to Festival of Words with Woodbridge students, I fell/stumbled into my routine- downstairs, rouse the dogs, put a … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Festival of Words, Yamile Saied Mendez Leave a comment
Time. Time passes so fast and the one thing that often happens is fighting for the moments to appreciate what happens in those seconds, minutes,hours, days, week, months, and years that fly by. The biggest crime is not being able … Continue reading
Festival of Words…You NEVER Realize Where Reading Will Take You.
I honestly cannot remember a single time is has occurred, close at times, but never to this extent. Reading this made me realize how much school libraries and the experiences that occur outside of them, as much as what happens … Continue reading