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Note to Shelf: July 13th Edition

Can you believe we’re halfway through July? As noted in the Farmer’s Almanac, July is the hottest month of the year; thunderstorms are nearly as abundant as ants at a picnic! Our warm summer days make it the perfect time to celebrate National Ice Cream month. Does your favorite flavor line up with your state’s? **[Check here to discover if it does.](https://dar.to/3fcEHXy)**   We are excited to ...

  • Last Updated 6 months ago
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Note to Shelf: August 10th Edition

Sometimes it feels like the dog days of August will never end—but eventually, of course, the heat tapers off. Have you ever wondered why the hot, sultry days of summers are called “dog days”? It has nothing to do with our canine friends. To the ancient Greeks and Romans, the hottest phase of summer was attributed to heat coming from the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius. Sirius is part of th ...

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Middle School Summer Reading 2021

Summer Reading 2021 for Middlesex Middle School; librarian selected, teen approved -- check out what our MMS Reading Ambassadors had to say in their [booktalk compilation video on YouTube.](https://youtu.be/S09cYnmInY8)

  • Last Updated 5 months ago
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2021 Kindergarten and First Grade Summer Reading Suggestions

Check out this list of great new books for Kids in Kindergarten and First Grade. We told you all about some of these titles in our booktalk videos! Can you read them all before the summer is over?

  • Last Updated 6 months ago
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2021 Second and Third Grade Summer Reading Suggestions

Check out this list of great new books for Kids in Second and Third Grade. We told you all about some of these titles in our booktalk videos! Can you read them all before the summer is over?

  • Last Updated 6 months ago
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