The Missourian In Education Summer Reading Program finishes this week. Young readers who read at least 250 pages through June and July and submitted their logs will be rewarded with a gift certificate to Neighborhood Reads Bookstore and a day ticket to the 2021 Washington Town & Country …

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Thanks to Imo’s Pizza of Washington and Union, and Sugarfire Smoke House of Washington for sponsoring the News Quiz project!

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Let's become the Best Read Community in America! Join our reading challenge and log the PAGES you read through December 2020!

Missourian in Education

The Missourian In Education Summer Reading Program finishes this week. Young readers who read at least 250 pages through June and July and submitted their logs will be rewarded with a gift certificate to Neighborhood Reads Bookstore and a day ticket to the 2021 Washington Town & Country …

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Reading and math don’t always go together outside of a word problem, but this year they’re like peas and carrots as The Missourian and the Community Literacy Foundation continue their effort to have this area declared “the best read community in America” with the One More Page project. 

Congratulations to Luke Imus, a 4th-grade student at St. Bridgett School, for winning this week’s News Quiz. Luke was selected in a random drawing from all entries this week – and had the correct answers! See them below. Luke wins a $15 gift card from one of our Missourian In Education News …

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As you read your Missourian today, you may want to keep a pencil and paper near by. Or if you’re good at counting, you may not need to.

Book Buzz News

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Lately we’re realizing how important our friends are and connecting with them in creative ways. In honor of friends, Newsbee is introducing three new books that focus on pals in the human and animal kingdom. Hug these “Buddies Are the Best” books close to your hearts and know eventually we w…

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Right about now, everyone from bees to babies, teens to seniors could use a boost. As the weeks advance, distancing from others is getting overlong and we all could use a big hug. Take heart, Buzzers and Buzzettes, boredom can be lifted and solace found in books that provide “Pure Escapism.”…

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Life’s a bit topsy-turvy at the hive, as in the world, but books are a constant, a joy providing an escape from what ails. Newsbee is thrilled to present a trio of happy reviews this month—congrats to the winners, who will each receive a prize book from the Washington Optimists to keep the k…

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April 22 is a biggie for the beloved orb we call home. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by being a caretaker of our planet because “Earth Is Worth It.” That’s Newsbee’s theme for Book Buzz this month. Page On with books that inspire, educate and entertain — great reads about Earth…

Baby Buzz

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A storm arrives on the pastoral landscape of “Together We Grow” ushering in a sticky situation for farm animals in a gorgeous book in verse by Susan Vaught. This hardcover picture book, with its spare words and expressive illustrations, is the June Baby Buzz Pick.

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The Baby Buzz Pick for May focuses on the importance of dirt in a variety of seasons and locales. Kids will identify with the homey, rural scenes and busy work taking place in “Dirt: A John Deere Peek-a-Flap,” by Jack Redwing.

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This 33-card set provides elementary and secondary Newspaper In Education activities in math, reading, science and social studies. Print, trim, hole punch and secure with a ring to make a set of task cards to use in the classroom or at home.

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Our membership to the Newspaper In Education Institute provides local educators access to more than 300 instructional resources, including teacher guides, student supplements, character education materials, numerous subject-specific resources, video & audio teacher training modules, and …

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