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Written by Jacqueline Higginbotham, Middle School Media Specialist in New Caney ISD, TxASL Talks Editorial Board.

It’s August in Texas. The dog days of Texas are coming to an end. Educators, students, and parents are preparing for another great year of school (and some have even already started). Parents are cramming down the school supply aisles trying to check the last few items off their school supply list. Teachers are making multiple trips to the teacher supply stores and librarians are planning and preparing to make sure they get books into the hands of all their students. As an educator myself, I love this time of year. It’s a fresh start. A clean slate. Whatever didn’t get done last year fuels me to be better this year! As we prepare for the upcoming year, we often reflect on how we spent our summer days and set goals to the year ahead.
Every summer, the Texas Library Association spends four fabulous days with Texas  librarians as part of their TALL Texans …

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