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Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Ruth Muñoz

Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Ruth Muñoz

Student Heidi Wenrick nominated Mrs. Ruth Muñoz of Valley View Elementary School for our Teacher of the Year contest with the following submission: Mrs. Muñoz, my fifth grade teacher this year, is one of the best teachers I have ever had. She is encouraging, helpful, kind, and inspirational. Here are some specific examples to help […]

Get Your Company Secured by MPLS VPN Methods

Get Your Company Secured by MPLS VPN Methods

It can be always thrilling starting your internet business from family home in addition to equipping your own home business office with all the methods you need to be successful. Nevertheless once you include ended up functioning a organization temporarly, or possibly once your company business develops, you can believe resting in the identical home […]

All Hail Indie Bookstores

All Hail Indie Bookstores

By Rebecca Thanksgiving’s great. The Fourth of July is fun. New Year’s is, well, a roller coaster of emotions. But Independent Bookstore Day is the *actual* best. Tomorrow is our national holiday, the day that is all about independent bookstores. What’s great about this day is that independent bookstores all across the country participate, but […]

’Twas the Night Before the Festival of Books

’Twas the Night Before the Festival of Books

By Rebecca Bookworms of the Greater Los Angeles area, the time has finally arrived! It is the eve of the L.A. Times Festival of Books! If you’re like me and have been ready for this year’s Festival since last year’s Festival ended (363 days, but who’s counting?) you’re probably ready to go with you favorite […]

The History of Vroman’s in Iambic Pentameter

The History of Vroman’s in Iambic Pentameter

By Rebecca   In honor of National Poetry Month   Born on the Ides of April in La Salle, There was a man named Adam Vroman who Would one day build the greatest store of books. He trained as a photographer at first, A passion that would stay with him for years. He married at […]

Reading YA as a (Somewhat) Grown Adult

Reading YA as a (Somewhat) Grown Adult

By Rebecca Confession: when I was little I had this deep fear that when I grew up I would only be allowed to read boring books and I felt like I had to read as many good books as I could before I grew up and it was too late. You see, to a kid, […]

Reading YA as a (Somewhat) Grown Adult

Reading YA as a (Somewhat) Grown Adult

By Rebecca Confession: when I was little I had this deep fear that when I grew up I would only be allowed to read boring books and I felt like I had to read as many good books as I could before I grew up and it was too late. You see, to a kid, […]

The Case for Reading in Public

The Case for Reading in Public

By Rebecca I like quiet. No, I love quiet. As a proud bookworm, I crave silence and solitude with a good book to keep me company. But where’s the thing about reading: while it’s a solitary task it creates a universal experience. It’s why you can talk for hours with someone as soon as you […]

Trilogy Spotlight

Trilogy Spotlight

By Rebecca Hello Literary Enthusiasts! Let’s talk about a word that makes all book lovers giddy: trilogy. It’s that word we all hope to hear after we’ve finished a particularly good book and are praying for a sequel. It’s the neat package that great stories, especially fantasy stories, come in. So what is about trilogies […]

Women’s History Month Events Around Pasadena/LA

Women’s History Month Events Around Pasadena/LA

By Kelly Happy Women’s History Month! Here are a few events around town to help you celebrate! Friday, March 2 7:00 PM – 10:00pm – Tucasa: An Art + Music Night – Women’s History Month Location: Sabor y Cultura 5625 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028 Price: FREE Celebrate Women’s History Month with an art […]

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