21 Jun, 2024
Another simple tip: Track Your Reading Tracking your reading can help keep you focused and give you a sense of accomplishment. Noting the number of pages you have read every…
Check out these audiobooks coming to Plano Public Library in July.
This is a simple tip. Your reading habit is for you to enjoy. It is not intended to be yet another stress-inducing element in your life. However, there will likely…
Global Explorers is a new series of programs for the whole family to learn about countries, cultures and experiences found around the world. Next up is Korea, meeting on Saturday,…
Different Books | Matching Looks Welcome in and welcome back! Are you interested in color theory/history AND trying new genres? Different books and materials, with similar aesthetics? Then this is…

Global Explorers: Korea

Global Explorers is a new series of programs for the whole family to learn about countries, cultures and experiences found around the world. Next up is Korea, meeting on Saturday, June 29, 2024 at 2pm at Davis Library. Continue reading to explore the library’s collection and learn about Korean food, culture and more. Travel Guides […]

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By The Cover: King Charles Portrait Red

Different Books | Matching Looks Welcome in and welcome back! Are you interested in color theory/history AND trying new genres? Different books and materials, with similar aesthetics? Then this is the side of the blog for you! While we aren’t actually advocating for judging a book solely by its cover, we are proposing that choosing […]

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What Are You Reading Now? Episode 67

Check out what our WAYRN book club attendees are reading this month. What Are You Reading Now? is a monthly book club that focuses on talking about whatever book you are currently reading. The book club meets in-person at Haggard Library and via Zoom, for a hybrid experience. If you want to join on Zoom, register here. The next meeting […]

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MORE Picture Books You Can Sing!

If you’re ready for more sing-along books, check out these recommendations and let us know your favorites in the comments! Singing is great for early literacy development because it is typically slower than regular speech, making it easier to hear the smaller sounds in larger words (“the itsy-bitsy spi-der climbed up the wa-ter spout”). It […]

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