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All Fun articles- In September: A Visit to Fairyland
Author of the Month articles- In September: Shel Silverstein
Holidays in September- Labor Day and Grandparent's Day
Homework Help articles - In September: Great Grammar
Websites for Kids - Handpicked games
Are you looking to add to your Pokédex on Pokémon GO? Do you just have to catch them all? Look no further!
Our CRRL branches are Pokémon official!
-England Run: Pokéstop
-Salem Church: Pokéstop
Look at the Bellsprout that was captured right outside England Run! And, a wild Pidgey appeared, right in the middle of the children's research desk at Headquarters! How many more can you find?
Come meet and battle with other hunters, exchange Pokémon, and have fun!
When I was given my list of responsibilities as the new Youth Services Coordinator for Central Rappahannock Regional Library and found writing this column was among them, my first question was about the content. Was I supposed to write about something in particular? When I was told it was all about books, I felt like a kid in a candy store. So many options! Where do I start? My mind began racing, and I came up with a long list of ideas, which I will be mining in the weeks to come, but, for my inaugural column, I decided to go with something that was fresh in my mind: family vacations and what to do with bored kids in the car and on the airplane. My family and I recently returned from a vacation involving several hours in airplanes and cars, and it got me thinking about great books to keep younger children entertained. These are also great books to have at your house for young visitors.
Ashley Bryan is a man who uses his words and pictures to lift up readers' spirits. When he enters a room and starts to tell stories from Africa's past, he transports his audience to a faraway, long ago time to learn valuable lessons for today. His talents illuminate wisdom earned from a lifetime of hard work.
While working as a naturalist at Cattus Island County Park in Toms River, NJ, Raina realized her passion for teaching people about wildlife. Following that passion, Raina relocated to Virginia in August 2012 to begin her career as an outreach coordinator at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. As outreach coordinator, Raina spends her time teaching people about wildlife by sharing the stories of the patients that pass through the wildlife hospital and the education animals that call the Wildlife Center home.