Posts Tagged ‘elementary’
March is Women’s History Month and a great chance to celebrate the freedoms and accomplishments women have earned throughout our history!
Women have been doing great things throughout history. In ancient Egypt, women could own property and inherit wealth. To find out more about women in history, check out our WorldBook Online database. Search for the keywords: WOMEN and HISTORY and get hundreds of great articles that you can use for reports or just read for fun! Don’t miss the Primary Sources section. You can read letters written by women hundreds of years ago!
On top of that, today ( March 8 ) is International Women’s Day. In fact, 2011 is the 100th anniversary of this special occasion!
Well, hello good people. The summer reading program at the West Palm Beach Public Library’s KidSpace has just been through its first week. We have five more weeks left, so come sign up for summer reading, win out of this world prizes, and take part in our interactive rooms for elementary age kids and preschoolers!
Wow, there is so much to do this summer! For those of you who love poetry, take part in our poetry contest for a chance to be a winner in Explore Space @Your City Library!
Let the pictures speak for themselves:
Until we meet again,
~Remember, Reading is Awesome!