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Tag Archives: children
4th Annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover
It’s time for the 4th annual… Stuffed Animal Sleepover Costume Party in the Library! UW-Whitewater students, staff, faculty and Children’s Center families accompanied by a child 6 years of age or younger, are invited to join Andersen Library for the 4th annual Stuffed Animal … Continue reading
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Immigration: policy & attitudes, women & families
Cathi Tactaquin, Executive Director and co-founder of National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, will talk about “The effects of immigration policy and attitudes on women and families” on Wed., Oct. 29, 11am-12:15pm in UC275. It’s part of the Women … Continue reading
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Stuffed Animals at the Library?
On April 11, children and their favorite stuffed animals occupied the Andersen Library for the 2nd Annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover. The event kicked off with the children (helped by parents and volunteers) creating unique nametags for their animal best friends. … Continue reading
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Color me stress-free!
Stressing a bit? I know, I know, the end of the semester is rushing toward us and there is too much to get done. Aiieee!!!! Release that nasty stress! There are crayons and coloring pages available near the Circulation Desk … Continue reading
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New Stuff Tuesday – November 20
Generation Extra Large: Rescuing Our Children from the Epidemic of Obesity by Lisa Tartamella, Elaine Herscher, & Chris Woolston RJ399 .C6 T37 2004 New Arrivals, 2nd floor This is the week that everyone in my family anticipates throughout the year. … Continue reading
Happy Birthday, Sesame Street!
Happy 39th Birthday, Sesame Street! On November 10, 1969, the Street first appeared on television, along with Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. What a history it’s had, and it’s still going strong. The Sesame Street web site provides a … Continue reading
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New Stuff Tuesday – January 15
Book Crush: For Kids and Teens Recommended Reading for Every Mood, Moment and Interest by Nancy Pearl Z1037 .P35 2007 New Book Island, 2nd floor Have you ever been so into a book that you couldn’t put it down? Maybe … Continue reading
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Empowering Youth with Nutrition and Physical Activity
Trying to get kids and young teenagers to eat healthy and to stay active isn’t easy for any adult. That’s why the U.S. Department of Agriculture has created a workbook entitled Empowering Youth with Nutrition and Physical Activity for teachers … Continue reading
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Children’s Book Week: Coloring Books!
In honor of Children’s Book Week, November 12-16, 2007, here’s news about your tax dollars at work I’ll bet you didn’t know. The Federal Government produces coloring books! Actually, state governments get into the coloring book game too. There’s a … Continue reading
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