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for the list:  Here is the Drawn to Reading website:
http://dtr.iweb.bsu.edu/




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Sharon Shaloo, Executive Director
Massachusetts Center for the Book
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617.521.2719 (office); 617.872.3718 (mobile)

*Our Commonwealth is Reading.*


On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 10:32 AM, Walker, Suzanne
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> This is Suzanne (and Sammy) from Indiana,****
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> Iíd like to talk about a program we have here in Indiana called Drawn to
> ReadingÖthis could be expanded to other states and could work with the
> branding idea that Sharon mentions below.  Basically we have a print shop
> that prints child designed bookmarks for distribution at the National Book
> Festival and to our Public Libraries.    Itís a great program and one that
> could be easily duplicated.  ****
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> Iím interested in Vine and Twitter ideas too.  Iím not as familiar with
> Vine, but itíd be so easy to start a twitter hashtag of folks sharing their
> reading journey on a predetermined date all over the country.  ****
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> Looking forward to it!****
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> Suzanne Walker****
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> Childrenís Services Consultant****
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> Director, Indiana Center for the Book****
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> Collaborative Summer Library Program State Representative****
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> Indiana State Library****
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> Professional Development Office****
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> 140 N. Senate Ave  ****
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> Indianapolis, IN  46204****
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> [log in to unmask]****
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> 317-234-5649****
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> Read.****
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> *From:* Center for the Book state centers communication [mailto:
> [log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Mass Center for the Book
> *Sent:* Monday, June 10, 2013 6:49 PM
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Subject:* Re: CFB webinar June 17****
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> Hi, Mary -- I see that 12 people have pre-registered already ... all of
> you should have an invitation with a link in your email queue to register
> for the webinar.  I'll send another reminder midweek but do register early
> so I can generate an attendance list to send out via the List.  ****
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> As for agenda ...  two things in my takeaway notes:****
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> 1/  I would like to talk about developing the state center network brand
> ... perhaps by developing a nationwide program that all of us could promote
> in our states/commonwealths/territories.  (Might Illinois's Family Reading
> Night be something that could expand?)****
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> 2/ What are we doing about digital/visual reading/communication?  Maryland
> is wondering if we could do something with Vine?  What about Twitter?  What
> about a future of reading initiative?****
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> OK ... that's all from Massachusetts!****
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> (thanks for re-sending the highlights ... I've just reprinted them and
> will read well before the meeting)****
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> cheers, ****
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> sharon****
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> don't forget to register.... ****
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> Sharon Shaloo, Executive Director****
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> Massachusetts Center for the Book****
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> [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]****
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> 617.521.2719 (office); 617.872.3718 (mobile)****
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> *Our Commonwealth is Reading.*****
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> On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 5:54 PM, Mary Menzel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:*
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> Dear all,****
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> I'm thinking about the agenda for our webinar and have gotten some
> inquires, too.  Since Guy has forwarded electronic docs of the highlights
> from each Center, I don't think we need to take the time (and won't really
> HAVE the time) to do a round-robin from each Center participating in the
> webinar.  If you attended the idea exchange, maybe you can forward me the
> topics that you think would benefit most from discussion during the
> webinar.  And if you didn't attend but read the attached state highlights,
> maybe you can forward me the questions that arise from your reading, or the
> issues that you'd most like to hear about during the webinar.****
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> Thank you all for your time,****
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> Mary****
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> California****
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> On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Lamolinara, Guy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:****
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> Hi--attached are the highlights that were provided (not everyone provided
> something). It is in 2 parts. I hope this helps. This will give you a good
> idea of what others are doing. ****
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>  ****
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> Guy Lamolinara****
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> Communications Officer****
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> Center for the Book****
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> Library of Congress****
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> 101 Independence Ave.S.E.****
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> Washington, DC 20540-4920****
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> (202) 707-9217****
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> (202) 707-0269 (fax)****
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> -- ****
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> Mary Menzel
> Director, California Center for the Book****
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> www.calbook.org
> tel: 213-738-7055
> cell: 310-480-1960****
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>  ****
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> mailing address: California Center for the Book
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> 694 S. Oxford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90005
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> deliveries to: California Center for the Book
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