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September 30, 2014

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Pictures of the Week: White House Honors Librarian; CPL Bookamania

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“Champions of Change” connected educators were honored by the White House on November 21. (l. to r.) S. Dallas Dance, Misa Gonzales, school librarian, blogger, and SLJ columnist Carolyn Foote, President Barack Obama, and Daphne Bradford.

On Thursday, November 21, the White House honored 10 connected educators—education leaders who creatively use technology to help kids learn—as “Champions of Change,” including classroom teachers, administrators, and one school librarian, blogger and SLJ columnist Carolyn Foote.

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White House “Champion of Change” Carolyn Foote. Photos by Joanne Foote.

On Saturday, November 23, the Chicago Public Library celebrated families learning together with its 20th annual “Bookamania 2013: All Families, All Year,” a free, daylong children’s book festival engaging children in reading, learning, and play activities. Parents and caregivers were given the opportunity to participate in events offering early literacy instructions for adults. The event also featured authors such as Mac Barnett, Kevin Henkes, and René Colato Laínez.

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Attendees of Chicago Public Library’s “Bookamania,” held on November 23.

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Attendees of Chicago Public Library’s Bookmania event. Photos courtesy of Chicago Public Library.

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