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Restarting Life After Incarceration: A Queens Library Resource Guide Incarceration is a specific punishment for a specific crime, but its negative effects can linger for years after the sentence is served. If you or a loved one is coping with the impacts of...
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1 Comment General Library adult education, adult learning center, convict, cooked, cover letters, criminal record, ex-con, ex-offenders, Incarceration, interview skills, jail, job search, job training, justice system, prison, resume, resume building, Rikers Island, sentence Sara Taylor-Medlicott
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Happy Birthday to Pluto, the Planet That Wasn't February 18 marks the “birthday” of Pluto, a celestial body that has given astronomers great difficulty over the past 83 years. A nameless mystery planet emerged as a theory in...
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12-02-2013 02-12-2013 No jwalsh 0

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Pluto General Library Astronomy, astrophysics, dwarf planet, Earth, Eris, gravity, history, Mickey Mouse, NASA, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, orbits, planets, Pluto, solar system, space, space exploration, United States, Uranus Jeremy Walsh
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2013 Award-Winning Books at Queens Library Caldecott Winner and Honors Queens Library proudly carries all of the Caldecott Winner and Honor titles: 2013 Caldecott Medal winner: This Is Not My Hat, written and illustrated by Jon...
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Hand in Hand, award winner Books Library awards, Books, Caldecott Award, Coretta Scott King Award, Newbery Award, Printz Award Mary Kearl
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Black History: All Aboard to Yaphank, the Great War, and Obscurity They stand looking at the camera, their faces neutral, their armbands reading “LIRR Jamaica.” These five men from Queens are draftees, waiting at the Jamaica Long Island Rail Road...
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08-02-2013 02-08-2013 No jwalsh 0

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Five young men from Jamaica, Queens wait for the train to take them to boot camp History Library Black History Month, Buffalo Soldiers, infuenza, Jamaica, LIRR, Long Island Rail Road, racism, World War I, WWI, Yaphank Jeremy Walsh
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Happy 100th Birthday, Grand Central Terminal! Grand Central Terminal will be celebrating its centennial all year long, and though the train station is located in Manhattan, there's a reason Queens buffs can share in the pride and...
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07-02-2013 02-07-2013 No MKearl 0

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Grand Central Terminal Statues in Long Island City Queens History Library archives, Grand Central, Grand Central Terminal, history, Long Island City, mythology, photographs, Queens, sculptures, trains Mary Kearl
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