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Celebrate Read Across America Day!

It's the 20th year of Read Across America, a reading event held every year on March 2 (the birthday of the beloved children's book author and illustrator Dr. Seuss), and it's time to celebrate!

How?

Here are some tips to make sure you're helping your school-aged child get in the spirit of Read Across America:

A New Twist on "BFF"

Quick: do you always agree with your best friend? Are you similar in every single way and never have a difference of opinion or approach to a situation? No and no? Welcome to the real world.

We Speak Children's Here

Childhood is a different country. We've all been there, but like long-ago travel experiences, by the time you are an adult, the sharp details of what it really feels like to be a child start to fade, and you're left with vague memories and faded photo albums.

Getting Messy, Getting SmART: Process-Oriented Art

In the 1950s, the art world introduced "happenings" - a non-traditional and active way to experience art, emphasis on experience. The point of these "art happenings" was not an object or a painting but the doing. It was wild, and weird, and challenged people to think about the value of process in developing an artistic relationship to the world.

LEGO-Love in February!

If your kid loves LEGOS but you're tired of stepping on them (ouch!), consider one of these LEGO-focused library programs in February. Your children will have a new place to express their passion for plastic creations AND meet other kids in a relaxed setting.

LEGO Club- Monday, Feb. 6 - 10:30-11:30 a.m., South Broken Arrow Library

Do you like to play with LEGOS? Get hands-on experience with engineering principles as you design and build with LEGOS. For ages 5-18.

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