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Happy to meet new families this morning, former members of Temple Israel Dover! Had the opportunity to introduce Hebrew School parents to the temple’s library programs, and the library was instantly hopping with activity! Welcome to you all. Thanks to the 7th grade class for putting up with all the activity during their movie time!Continue reading “Temple Israel Community is Growing!”
Join residents of Stratham, NH, on the @WigginMemorial #Library’s StoryWalk. This 16-station trail at the Stratham Hill Park combines the library’s love for literature with the natural beauty of New England. 🍂 #ShareYourStory #IMLSmedals pic.twitter.com/o6TKb22sKi — IMLS (@US_IMLS) March 23, 2018
Jan. 1st 1882
Dear little book I pen a line this new year’s Eve. The old year has gone with all its joys and sorrows. A new one ushered in may this year be one of more joy to me then [sic] the one passed. Good night little book
I am honored to have had you in my life, Rabbi. Your light shone in this community as I’m sure it did throughout your former congregations. I hope that we may all continue to fan those flames with which you warmed us, so we may light the way to a future of peace and justiceContinue reading “The Continued Life of Rabbi David R. Senter”
Tablet’s Best Jewish Children’s Books of 2017 by Marjorie Ingall
I love making stories at bedtime! Found that it makes for a little rambunctiousness at times but this is a wonderful game that keeps us parents interested.
Libby the stuffed doggy had to go to the hospital for an operation on her ear, but she is back in action and ready to play! Visit her in the children’s area around the campfire rug this summer 🙂
The 2015 conference of the Association of Jewish Libraries was number 50 for the organization, and I was happy to be a part of it! Our sessions included lectures by unique authors and children’s illustrators, subject experts from research institutions, and workshops on unique topics. Dr. Monika Schreiber from the Judaica Library at the University ofContinue reading “Saranit Goes to Washington”