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Partial collections of Reader's Digest Condensed Volumes show up to Recycled Reads’ loading dock every month. Looking at them, we can’t help but consider the crafty possibilities. They’ve got unique, colorful covers, are of a standard size, and let’s face it—as partial sets they’re typically not regarded as collectible. We often use them for book folding, but in just a quick Google search I found Reader’s Digest Condensed Book boxes and, well, all kinds of things.
In November, the Girl Scout Junior Troop # 1713, came to visit the workshop of the library's very own puppetry and storytelling troupe, Literature Live! On their visit, the girls and their family members got to see behind the scenes in our puppet workshop, and got some tips to help them put on their own puppet shows.
En el último blog: la magia de los números, hablamos brevemente sobre el mito del Ojo de Horus. Horus era uno de los dioses principales más antiguos del panteón clásico egipcio, aproximadamente 3000 a.n.e. Generalmente se le representa como a un hombre con cabeza de halcón, con una corona doble.