Posted in General | September 15, 2021
Queens Public Library’s College Readiness program provides workshops and webinars to help teens and their parents made decisions as they prepare for applying for college. As the school year begins, teens may be thinking about their future beyond high school. In this blog post,…
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Posted in Kids | September 10, 2021
When we think of communication, we might think just of words.  It turns out that communication is far more complex than just language, and also involves connection and listening.  Understanding all three of these elements can help you communicate in more effective ways, and…
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Posted in Kids | September 8, 2021
Your children’s sleep schedules often get off track during the summer with vacations, camp, and sunlight lasting late into the evening. All of this can lead to trouble sleeping when it’s time to return to a structured schedule at the start of the school year. The benefits of a…
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Posted in Kids | September 3, 2021
Because of back-to-school, children may have to wear masks for much longer periods of time than they have experienced. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends getting your child used to a mask before they need to wear it in public or in school. Here are some tips from them…
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Posted in General | September 2, 2021
When the CDC announced new guidelines that fully vaccinated people could stop wearing masks outdoors, many people felt hope that we may soon return to normalcy. But the news also brought a measure of anxiety: Is it safe to go back to the office and pack into subways? Will we…
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