Fall-ing for Books This September September is a hopping month for book lovers and readers, and National Read a Book Day, Buy a Book Day, Libraries Remember Day and  Banned Books Week prove it! And it couldn’t 
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Virtual Vacations: Exploring Museums, Zoos, and Aquariums Online This Summer – Part Two With the onset of a global pandemic, online tours and events (“virtual vacations”) became a way for parents to give their kids 
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Virtual Vacations: Exploring Museums, Zoos, and Aquariums Online This Summer – Part One With the onset of a global pandemic, online tours and events (“virtual vacations”) became a way for parents to give their kids 
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Books on the Break According to a 2020 Pew Research study, 42 percent of 9-year-old students and only 17 percent of 13-year-old students reported reading for fun every day. While this isn’t an exceptionally positive 
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Competitive Gaming: Friend or Foe? With summer in full swing, your student may want to ditch the books, and go into serious gaming mode. While you may be groaning about the extra hours of screen 
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Restoring Family Fun on a Summer Break Summer break is a great time for family fun, to unplug from the school year, and recharge your student’s batteries. But if you are worried about the summer 
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Happy Campers: How to Select the Right Summer Camp for Your Child What does a summer camp experience look like to you? Canoeing, sitting around the campfire downing s’mores, swimming, doing arts and crafts, and 
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