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Educate, entertain, and engage with Factmonster

From the solar system to the world economy to educational games, Fact Monster has the info kids are seeking. The site is COPPA and kidSAFE-certified, so you can rest assured it’s a safe place for kids to grow and explore.  Check out additional resources from Sandboxleatning. 

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Helen Reddy – I Am Woman

I was inspired by the lyrics of this song in my teen years. They meant so much to me then and continue to have me stand taller when I hear the song even now.     Enjoy! 


Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrate Women’s History Month this year by exploring pivotal points in history and learning more about women who made history and those continuing to do so. PBS-KVIE has compiled a number of informative articles, and links that salute women who have changed our lives with documentaries, that will premier throughout the month, about and by women, […]

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Gen Z slang: your one-stop, no judgement guide

It can be a challenge to keep up with what is trending let alone having to understand new slang terms the new generation is now using. Gen Z slang can sound like a foreign language to older generations and often, when people attempt to use it correctly, it can be more embarrassing than ingratiating. Jude Cramer did an […]

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Celebrating Black History

Join Sacramento Public Library as they honor Black History Month by exploring the lists of books and participate in events that celebrate the past, present and future of Black lives.  To learn more about the lists of books and local events, click here! 

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Matisyahu – One Day

“One Day” by legendary reggae singer Matisyahu is an optimistic and upbeat song that speaks about hope for the future without war. 

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