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Read Brave 2020
We are proud to announce the winners of the Read Brave Kids library card art contest. Art was inspired by the environment and natural world.
Join author Cherie Dimaline for two public events this week including a Q&A and book signing.
In 2018, some 13.6 million people were uprooted from their homes, cumulatively adding to a record 70.8 million forcibly displaced.
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Thanks @stpaullibrary for supporting our first graders with #READBRAVE books. We learned so much about taking care of our environment, we created our own mural to showcase our learning @GlobalArtsPlus @SPPS_Science @MsManthe
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Thanks to @thefriends for sharing copies of @stpaullibrary’s #ReadBrave #OurClimateCrisis books with us! Our staff is excited to dive into these stories and join the @cityofsaintpaul and its residents in working toward #ClimateSolutions!
The Great Lakes, to which Duluth owes so much, are changing as a result of slow geological processes as well as rapid climate change.
Two-thirds of North American birds are at increasing risk of extinction from global temperature rise.