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The Delray Beach Public Library, in partnership with the City of Delray Beach, is pleased to announce the second annual city-wide youth Spellebration Spelling Bee. Students from Delray Beach summer camps and youth centers have been studying 300 vocabulary words since the start of summer in preparation for the July 26

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We're challenging you this summer! If you think you can learn 60 words by July 20th, we think you need to be our Delray Beach Summer Spellebration. Who: Teens, ages 12-18 When: Thursday, July 20th | 10:00AM - 1:00PM Where: Delray Beach Public Library Prizes: 1st Place - an Apple iPad    |   2nd

Elinor and Marianne Dashwood describe the words of sense and sensibility perfectly. These two sisters couldn’t act and think more differently. Elinor always shows sense and controls her emotions, making sure she analyzes everything before doing or saying something. Marianne on the other hand is extremely emotional and dramatic. She

Gracelingtakes place in a world of Seven Kingdoms in which a small number of people are born Graced, gifted with unusual and sometimes fearsome abilities. As a young girl, Katsa comes to the chilling realization that she has the Grace of Killing. With her parents dead, her uncle, King Randa

The events of September 11th, 2001 will forever hold resonance in the history of this country, but for the people that witnessed this horrid occurrence on television screens and had to endure the heart-breaking accounts from families, it’s particularly jarring. Mr. Foer places readers right in the aftermath of this