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Posts by Jenee Russell

Sanitation Worker Exam 2015

New York City is giving another exam to those who want to be a part of New York's Strongest.Read More ›

Harlem Week 2014

Harlem Week began in 1974 as Harlem Day, a one-day tribute that was so well received and unexpectedly successful that an entire week was given for the historic community to showcase and celebrate its rich economic and political culture. Celebrating its 40th anniversary HARLEM WEEK will offer hundreds of events throughout the summer to millions of attendees from many parts of the world. Come celebrates the neighborhoods assets and unique flavor, promoting Harlem’s rich African, African-American, Caribbean, Hispanic and European history, culture, arts, religion, 

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From Books to the Big Screen! Noteworthy Books Heading to Theaters in 2014

2014 is set to be a big year for noteworthy books getting their big break on the screen. Here are a few books that I would recommend reading before seeing the film later this year. Read More ›

Book List for Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Read More ›

Court Officer Trainee: Prepare for 2014 Exam

Information about the exam and how to prepare using books and electronic resources at the library.Read More ›

Kids Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste

On a snowy Saturday at the branch a few kids came out to try a cool experiment I'd been talking about all week. ELEPHANT TOOTHPASTE!! Too cool.

This exciting experiment is a great example of a reaction that occurs when you combine certain chemicals together (kid-friendly of course). 

At first I decided to give the experiment a test run and as a result I didn’t get the reaction I was quite looking for. Something I used was off. Well it was the bottle I used. It was just too big (2 liter soda bottle).

Learning from my mistake, I decided to do the experiment 

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