Archive for November, 2015

Letters About Literature – Making the Reading/Writing Connection

Letters About Literature – Making the Reading/Writing Connection  by Kate DiPronio, Librarian, Cedar Valley Middle School (RRISD); chair Tall Texans Round Table; Spirit of Texas Middle School Committee; TASL Alt. Councilor.   Originally posted on TASL Talks: Legislative and Advocacy for YOU “Nobody but a reader ever became a writer. “—Richard Peck.  Type into your search […]

#World Kindness Day: November 13

  November 13th is World Kindness Day! A global 24-hour celebration dedicated to paying-it-forward and focusing on the good. Click the following site for easy ways to share the love. https://randomactsofkindness.org/world-kindness-day Imagine the possibilities!!! Terry RoperTerry Roper, Library Consultant for Region 10 ESC. has been an educator/librarian in the North Texas area for 22 years. She has worked […]

Balance…or lack thereof

Balance Driving the long trek into work one morning, I looked to my left and admired the lovely moon and slowly pinking skies.  I looked to my right and was taken with the glorious sunlight shining through the trees.  It occurred to me that this was a magical moment, the perfect balance as night concedes […]