Monthly Archives: February 2016

Spanish Resources

The library has purchased some new Spanish books, which I think that may be of particular interest: Stories from Latin America/Historias De Latinoamerica This book is bilingual and contains 16 legends from different countries in Latin America. You can read the legends in … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

It is customary to send cards, called Valentines to loved ones on Valentine’s Day. To give away flowers, chocolates and other gifts. But what about the history and traditions behind the day? The day has been celebrated since the 1300s … Continue reading

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The Media and Information Literacy Week

The Media and Information Literacy Week starting today February 8th is founded by the Swedish Media Council, which is an expert authority when it comes to children and young people as media users. The goal is to increase awareness of children’s and young … Continue reading

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With focus on the Africa unit in Individuals and Societies

Here is a list of resources that maybe relevant to those studying Africa in Individuals and Societies. In addition to the catalog, where you find all the books, journals and more are available on the shelves in the library, so … Continue reading

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