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Barb Rehmeyer <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 16 May 2022 14:57:11 -0400
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Can libraries borrow the kits and circulate them to patrons? Or are these
to be used for programming at the library? I ask because they are a bit too
advanced for my Story Time crowd, but I can see some homeschool parents
really benefiting from them.

Barb Rehmeyer
Liberty Library


On Mon, May 16, 2022 at 2:40 PM Reiman, Kara <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> 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
>
> From: Reiman, Kara
> Sent: Monday, May 16, 2022 1:58 PM
> To: YOUTHSERVICES-List ([log in to unmask]) <
> [log in to unmask]>; Melibs ([log in to unmask]) <
> [log in to unmask]>
> 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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