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Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2021 19:18:50 +0000
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Hello, Librarians of Maine!

One of our patrons is very concerned with Tik-Tok inspired vandalism occurring at her school. She's looking for a book that will outline steps she can take to help stop this vandalism, whether it's through creative problem solving or peer leadership.

Does anyone have suggestions for middle-grade non-fiction that might fit this patron's needs? I'm searching up a storm but thought I might try reaching out to my favorite hive-mind!

Thank you all,

Andrea Kazilionis (she/her)
Adult Services Librarian
Falmouth Memorial Library