Tag: children

Pokémon Go and Libraries

Have you noticed your patrons playing Pokémon Go? If you haven’t, you will. Pokémon Go is an augmented reality game you can play using a smart phone. It released on Friday, July 8th, and is already a huge sensation. You want more information about the game and how you can use it in your library, check out …

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Fifty Ways to Keep Your Kids Reading All Summer

A nice post on the blog Mothering.com by Gwen Spencer. If you’d like to encourage your kids to read more (and watch less) this summer, here you will find half a hundred easy ideas. Reading isn’t the most important thing, it’s the ONLY thing! Read more of the article here: http://mothering.com/fun/fifty-ways-keep-your-kids-reading-all-summer Mothering was a print …

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