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Early-1971, in an effort to attract as many youngsters to the premises as possible, Marguerite Hart — children's librarian at the newly-opened public library in Troy , Michigan — wrote to a number of notable people with a request: to reply with a congratulatory letter, addressed to the children of Troy, in which the benefits of visiting such a library were explained. Below are five of the wonderful responses she received, from the following people: Neil Armstrong ; Isaac Asimov ; Hardie Gramatky ; Dr Seuss ; and E. B. White .
Note : Kits previously available for loan from Southeastern Library Services can also be found on a separate page. We will keep you updated as to when these items are again available for loan. Complete Kits for Library Story Times All kits available for loan from Southwest Iowa Library Service Area contain: Storytime plan (outline & notes for presenter) Complete storytime program (with rhymes, book suggestions, etc.) Rhymes in large print (to hold up to encourage adults to join in) Flannel board pieces Craft ideas (for "hanging around" after the program) Take-home sheets to photocopy The "Online Version" of each kit opens a Word document which provides the plan, program and take-home sheets. Add your own props -- some printable items are provided here. The photos of our "Bounce Me" and "Wheels" kits (below) give you a general idea of what is included.
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All About Explorers: http://www.allaboutexplorers.com If you teach anything about exploration, this site is a must. It’s smart, slick and cleverly done, plus has a host of great activities. California’s Velcro Crop Under Challenge: http://home.inreach.com/kumbach/velcro.html Did you know about the Velcro shortage in California? Use this fun site to help students separate fact from fiction on the Web.