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Macomb County libraries provide bookmarks in childhood reading (Part 4)

Elliot, Casper and Abbot Conant enjoy a day of reading at Mount Clemens Public Library. This is our last blog in our series about book recommendations from Macomb County’s librarians to celebrate the many reading holidays the month of March … Continue reading

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Macomb County libraries provide bookmarks in childhood reading (Part 3)

Today we continue with our series about book recommendations from Macomb County’s librarians. The following are recommendations from Deborah Motley, head of Public Services at the Romeo District Library: Preschool: Any Mo Willems because he speaks to simple emotions that kids … Continue reading

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Macomb County libraries provide bookmarks in childhood reading (Part 2)

Today we continue with our series about book recommendations from Macomb County’s librarians. The following are recommendations from Lisa Martin, branch librarian at the Warren Public Library.  Some of the most popular choices for children are books with a graphic … Continue reading

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Give little ones a “Head Start” by reading to them

I began reading to Macomb County preschool children in 2012. A job change had put Macomb Community Action (known then as MCCSA) under my leadership, and the Head Start section of Macomb Community Action wasted no time in putting me on … Continue reading

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The gift of reading

As an expecting mother-to-be, some aspects of my baby shower were easier to figure out than others. Venue: Fishbone’s – check. Cake: Giuseppe’s Bakery – check. Favors: Midwest Suds Soap Co. products made by my sisters and me – check. … Continue reading

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