Una Biblioteca P"blica Ofrece M[beta]s Que Slo Libros

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Una Biblioteca P"blica Ofrece M[beta]s Que Slo Libros


Cuando piensa en bibliotecas pblicas, Apiensa de inmediato en los libros? Se que a m me pasaba. Antes de trabajar en la Biblioteca Pblica Gail Borden, la imagen que me vena a la mente era de estante tras estante de libros. iEso, y una mujer seria con espejuelos y un dedo en frente de sus labios!

Pero hoy las bibliotecas albergan mucho m[sz]s que libros. Afortunadamente, hay tambin bibliotecarios amables en espacios vivos y acogedores. Y aunque la lectura sigue siendo la esencia, las bibliotecas tambin fomentan una amplia variedad de lo que se conoce como conocimientos del Siglo XXI. Estas son habilidades que nuestros hijos necesitar[sz]n para desempe[+ or -]ar sus empleos y tener una vida rica en el futuro como la colaboracin, el pensamiento creativo, y la inteligencia social y cultural.

Para mi como bibliotecaria esto significa que paso menos tiempo en libros y m[sz]s en cosas como, producir teatro infantil. S, durante el verano, la Biblioteca Gail Borden se embarcar[sz] en una nueva aventura para poner en escena una obra en espa[+ or -]ol gracias a un subsidio de la Cornelia A. and Florence B. Palber Foundation. iSer[sz] una oportunidad fant[sz]stica para que los ni[+ or -]os y jvenes de 8-16 a[+ or -]os de edad obtengan todo un nuevo conjunto de conocimientos!

Durante sesiones semanales, practicar[sz]n habilidades en el idioma espa[+ or -]ol mientras leen e interpretan, La Flor de Roca, en voz alta. …

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