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. 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 […]