Monthly Archives: February 2013

Check It Out: Award Winning Children’s Books At Your Library!

On January 28th, the American Library Association announced its youth media awards. This year’s award and honor book  recipients represent the best books in what was an incredibly strong year for children’s literature. This year’s Caldecott Medal Winner This Is Not My … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Last night, Hollywood got dressed up and flocked to the 85th Academy Awards. Musical numbers were impressive and instant debates sparked on who wore it best (my money is on nine-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis and her puppy purse). This year, the categories … Continue reading

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Your words, your blog

We want Charlie Chat to become a place where we can learn from one another — and be entertained by one another! We’ve set up a few ways to make it easy for you to join the conversation. Our Contact … Continue reading

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Stories that haven’t been told

By Barbara Olenyik Morrow, Contributor Writer Barbara Morrow of Auburn loves history and biography and is always interested in unearthing a good story. As a young girl growing up in the 1950s and 1960s, I loved reading biographies, and I … Continue reading

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Welcome to Charlie Chat!

This new initiative of Eckhart Public Library pays tribute to the progressive spirit of our founder, Charles Eckhart. We’re tapping into our community to form a collaborative blog filled with original content. We’ll pay tribute to Auburn’s cultural richness by highlighting … Continue reading

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