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Hawkins reads to students for ‘Read Across America Day’

The Woodford Sun 03 Mar 2021
all the elementary schools in Woodford County.” Hawkins said “Green Eggs and Ham” is his favorite Dr. Seuss book because of all its rhyming words – and he encouraged the kindergartners to listen for words that rhyme as he read ... him two of the rhyming words they heard in the story.
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Prose and Poems’ small turnout with a big impact

Montana Kaimin 03 Mar 2021
University of Montana sophomore Sabine Englert reads a poem during the Prose and Poems event in the University Theater on Feb. 23 ... Kennedy Delap / Montana Kaimin ... Pre-pandemic, nearly 40 poets across UM would come to the event to express their most inner thoughts or favorite rhymes ... At max capacity, the theater holds up to 298 people ... .
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In-person and Virtual Activities: Beginning March 5

The Providence Journal 03 Mar 2021
In person. March 8-12 . Fall River Library. “Going Jurassic!”. March 8-12 at the children’s room at the Fall River Public Library, 104 N ... The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more ... .
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Erica Watson, Chicago actress and stand-up comedian, dies from COVID-19 complications

Chicago Sun-Times 01 Mar 2021
Chicago actress Erica Watson has died at the age of 48. Provided. Watson, 48, was well-known to a variety of Chicago creatives and civic leaders ... She was 48 ... “When I was a little girl ‘What Are Little Girls Made Of’ was my favorite nursery rhyme, but I wasn’t the normal little girl where it was just sugar and spice and everything nice.
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No social distancing for the words in Germany's complex pandemic lexicon

Stars and Stripes 01 Mar 2021
Stars and Stripes is making stories on the coronavirus pandemic available free of charge. See more staff and wire stories here. Sign up for our daily coronavirus newsletter here. Please support our journalism with a subscription ... They're not alone, of course ... But Möhrs has some favorites already. The rhyming word Fussgruss (foot greeting), for example.
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In-person and Virtual Activities: Beginning Feb. 26

The Providence Journal 24 Feb 2021
In person. Through March 7 . “Private Visions, Public Ideals – The Legacy of Howard Ben Tre” exhibition. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m ... Saturdays ... The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more ... .
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In-person and Virtual Activities: Beginning Feb. 19

The Providence Journal 17 Feb 2021
In person. Feb. 19. Stadium Winter Stage theater camp. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb ... Feb. 26. Drive-up food distribution event. 2.30 to 4.30 p.m ... Through March 7  ... 19 ... The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more.
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In-person and Virtual Activities: Beginning Feb. 12

The Providence Journal 09 Feb 2021
In person. Feb. 12 . “Fur, Feathers, Fins” exhibit opening reception. 6.30 p.m ... For information, visit wickfordart.org. . Feb ... The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more.
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BENNETT, Esther Carol

Santa Barbara News-Press 07 Feb 2021
Esther Carol Bennett, age 81, died at home in her sleep on January 26, 2021. Born August 26, 1939, in Wahkon, MN, Esther was the youngest of nine children of James and Florence Brinks ... Together they raised two sons, Jim and Brad ... Among her other favorite things were reading, singing, and reciting rhymes she learned as a child ... ....
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In-person and Virtual Activities: Beginning Feb. 5

The Providence Journal 03 Feb 2021
In Person. Feb. 6 . Disney Days single day workshop. 10 a.m ...Times are ToughGallery reception. 1 to 7 p.m ... 28 ... Feb. 11  ... 28.  ... The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more.
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Who’s telling your stories?

Lapeer Area View 28 Jan 2021
Krystal Moralee has been telling your stories in The County Press since July 2000. Editor’s Note ... Even though I was an avid reader and dressed up as my favorite author — Laura Ingalls Wilder — for Halloween in first grade and had my goofy rhyming poetry published in those school compilations, writing never crossed my mind ... A connection with humanity.
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Governing by poetry

The Scranton Times-Tribune 27 Jan 2021
One line you didn’t hear in Joe Biden’s big-hearted inaugural address was one of his favorite bits of Irish verse — a yearning for the rarest of convergences, when “hope and history rhyme,” by the Irish Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney ... Jan ... “They thought I did it because I’m Irish,” he said ... History says, don’t hope ... And hope and history rhyme ... 6? ... ....
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In-person and Virtual Activities: Beginning Jan. 29

The Providence Journal 27 Jan 2021
In person. Jan. 31 . State Ballet of Rhode Island scholarship auditions. 12.30 p.m ... Feb. 1-2  ... Through March 7  ... to 5 p.m ... Saturdays ... 10 a.m ... Jan ... The Cranston Public Library has uploaded videos of librarians and other library staff, as well as other special guests, reading some of their favorite books, sharing songs and rhymes and more ... .

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