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A Garden Can Change A City

Read Sharon's Review of The Curious Garden by Peter Brown.

St. George Community Sailing Foundation

Applications for the Summer Sailing Program are available. If you are interest, please come by and pickup an information packet and registration form from Sharon in the Children's Room.

Cool Teachers in Children's Literature

Check out our list of cool teachers in children's literature and let us know who you think should be added to the list. Our goal is to reach 100!

Add Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy to Your Reading List

Would you be interested in a story that is gorgeously written, complex in its storytelling, filled with old-fashioned language juxtaposed with modern day images, told against a backdrop of love, friendship, loss, bravery, good and evil? Not really? What if I told you that there magic swords, a creepy museum, ghosts, extremely hungry birds, huge wolves, a soul extracting machine, an evil queen and a 300 year old boy? Did I mention a thrilling sword fight?

Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy by Karen Foxlee is a retelling os Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen. It is much, much more. It stands tall on its own. If you are familiar with fairy tales, have graduated to Harry Potter and love a really good story, this one will not disappoint.

 

 

 

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