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  • Guest Column:
    Respect

    Respect can mean a lot of things in a lot of different situations. As an athlete, respect comes into play in every aspect of a sport. Playing in a game or match, practicing, communicating with your teammates and coaches, all involve respect. Respect to me means that you treat everyone you come into contact with […]

  • September
    Good Character Reading!

    UPDATES! Check out this page for new books! Spokane County Library Suggests … Respect Reading List Picture books: “All the Colors of the Earth” by Sheila Hamanaka “Amazing Grace” by Mary Hoffman “Arthur’s Eyes” by Marc Brown “Arthur’s Nose” by Marc Brown “Big Words for Little People” by Jamie Lee Curtis “Butterfly House” by Eve […]

  • Guest Column:
    Gratitude

    I like smiles, and I even like smiling. But the truth is, I often don’t feel like smiling. Stress often squashes the smile. I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard a superstar athlete say, “I’m just so blessed, I’m so thankful for everything.” And to be honest, I respond with some skepticism, “I’d […]

  • August Good Character Reading!

    Spokane County Library Suggests the following for August – Gratitude! “A Ball for Daisy” by Chris Raschka “All of Me!” a book of thanks by Molly Bang “Baby” by Patricia MacLachlan “Big Red Lollipop” by Khan Rukhsana “Farmer John’s Tractor” by Sally Sutton, “Franklin’s Thanksgiving” by Paulette Bourgeois “Fritz and the Beautiful Horses” by Jan […]

  • July Good Character Reading!

    Spokane County Library Suggests the following for July – Generosity! “A Mango in the Hand” by Antonio Sacre “Generosity” by Cynthia Klingel “Hallelujah Flight” by Phil Bildner “If You Give a Cat a Cupcake” by Laura Numeroff “Ivy Loves to Give” by Freya Blackwood “Joseph and the Sabbath Fish” by Eric Kimmel “Mine!” By Shutta […]


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