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I have no idea how this happened, but that link goes to a different state's information.

http://www.eventkeeper.com/kitkeeper/index.cfm?curOrg=msl

Sorry about that.  This one goes straight to MSL.

Kara Reiman (she/her)
Children's Literacy Specialist
Maine State Library

"...there's really no such thing as neutrality. But there is the side of truth, and there's the side of valuing the widespread availability of information. In making decisions about restricting information and banning books, a library can state, 'We are on the side of truth. We're on the side of making as many books available as possible.' If there's any institution that should declare that-that recognizes that we need public institutions that arm us with information and facts and context and constructive dialogue and debate-it's a library." -Ibram X. Kendi

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Subject: ocean related STEM kits now available to borrow

MSL is now offering 2 different ocean-themed STEM program kits for you to borrow and use at your library.  There are 3 of each. They both look at sea level rise. You may see them and reserve them here: http://www.eventkeeper.com/kitkeeper/show_kit_list.cfm


Kara Reiman (she/her)
Children's Literacy Specialist
Maine State Library

"...there's really no such thing as neutrality. But there is the side of truth, and there's the side of valuing the widespread availability of information. In making decisions about restricting information and banning books, a library can state, 'We are on the side of truth. We're on the side of making as many books available as possible.' If there's any institution that should declare that-that recognizes that we need public institutions that arm us with information and facts and context and constructive dialogue and debate-it's a library." -Ibram X. Kendi

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