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April: National Poetry Month 2014

It’s not over yet, but April is National Poetry Month. This year Thursday, April 24 was National Poem in Your Pocket Day. Resources The Poetry Archive is great place for teacher and student resources. We also like Poet Seers –

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April: National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month. And, April 14th 2011 is Poem in Your Pocket Day. To get into the mood stop by the library and check out  Carol’s poetry month display on the bulletin board (opposite the reference desk). There’s

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April is Poetry Month

Just by chance I came across this poster in the library, by the Academy of American Poets, promoting April as National Poetry Month. The poster features a handwritten message on a frosted window with the words “Do I dare disturb

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Looks like there was a little rearranging going on on this very quiet Friday #bankstreetlibrary @katyehbooks visited the 11/12s yesterday to talk The Truth About Twinkie Pie (Bank Street mock Newbery honor book). They had a fantastic time. Thanks Kat! It's Children's Book Committee deliberation season! Award namesakes Josette Frank (left) and Flora Stieglitz Straus (right) were honored by Bank Street in 1985. Charlotte Zolotow and Bill Morris are sitting right behind them! #tbt #bankstreet100 #bankstreetarchives Happy New Year! #2015bestnine Books from current Writers Lab members on display in the lobby. The Writers Lab began in 1937! #bankstreetwriterslab Faculty member Nancy McKeever and Graduate School Dean Cecelia Traugh at #librarysalon4 #bankstreetlibrary #bankstreet100 November is Adoption Awareness month. Come browse these selections from the collection by the reference desk #adoptionawareness #bankstreetlibrary Making last day of a teaching assignment favors. Part of Rebecca's Día De Los Muertos display - don't miss it. November 1, 2015.
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