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Learn History With Pride!

June 10, 2022

The month of June is Pride Month and celebrates LGBTQIA+ freedom and history. This monthly celebration has roots that began with the Stonewall uprising in June 1969 in New York City with the revolutionary actions of trans activists. The Stonewall Inn was a bar that catered to the LGBT community … Read more

Celebrate World Oceans Day!

June 1, 2022

June 8th is World Oceans Day! Officially begun in 1998, this international celebration is all about reminding us to take care of our oceans and the creatures that live in them. Did you know, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, 71% of the planet’s surface is made up of water? … Read more

Deep in Plot: Books about Mental Health

May 12, 2022

“There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t.” – John Green Anxiety  Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant Love, Life and the List by Kasie West Mosquitoland by David Arnold This Is My Brain in Love by I. W. Gregorio Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan [Agoraphobia] Highly … Read more

Do the Chicken Dance!

May 4, 2022

National Dance Like a Chicken Day is May 14th! This unique holiday asks you to flap your arms and start to strut around chicken-like. Did you know that this dance is originally from Switzerland? In the 1970’s, this song and dance came over to the United States and became extremely … Read more

To Science or Not To Science? Opposing Viewpoints on Genetically Modified Food

April 6, 2022

Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs, are plants and animals that have had their DNA artificially altered with genetic engineering techniques such as gene splicing. A more natural or “organic” version of this process is called selective breeding. Humans have been practicing selective breeding for thousands of years in livestock, pets, … Read more

Prattle about Cattle: Learn about Farm Animals

April 5, 2022

We invite you to celebrate National Farm Animal day with Scholastic Go! by learning all about your favorite farm animals! Livestock have played an important role in human survival by providing food, shelter, fuel, fertilizer and other products and services for Farms and Farming. After generations by our side, these animals have evolved to … Read more

Will Eisner: Comic Legend and Sequential Art Pioneer

March 1, 2022

Will Eisner is considered “the father of modern comics” by many within the graphic novel and sequential art communities. Many of his famous works support anti-fascists ideals and highlight the lived experiences of Jewish immigrant communities. The term sequential art which is used to describe “art form that uses images … Read more

CultureGrams: Knead to Know International Recipes!

February 3, 2022

CultureGrams contains a variety of information that can help you learn more about cultures throughout the world. Whether through photos, interviews, or biographies, you can dive deep to learn about any culture in the world! One of the unique features available in this resource is the cultural recipe collection. These … Read more

Poems that Stanza Test of Time

February 1, 2022

Granger’s World of Poetry is a robust tool for discovering and analyzing poetry, containing over 300,000 poems in full text and 450,000 citations. Granger offers complete coverage of the works of several famous poets, including the complete poems of Mary Shelley, William Blake, Edgar Allen Poe, and much more. You … Read more