January 11, 2019

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

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Melanie Leeson from the Farmington Public Library reads The Berenstain Bears Go Out To Eat by Jan and Mike Berenstain and Days with Frog by Arnold Lobel.

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Barbe Awalt, writer and publisher, tells how these little books came to be and their multi languages, and her many other publications.

January 4, 2019

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

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Beth Troxell from the Farmington Public Library reads Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote by Duncan Tonatiuh, Lorraine: The Girl Who Sang the Storm Away by Ketch Secor, and The Crane Girl by Curtis Manley.

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Geoff Habiger, writer of supernatural and fantasy books, talks about the creation of the stories and their underlying meaning.

December 28, 2018

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

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Whitney Fourr from the Farmington Public Library reads A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickins, Are You Scared? by Adam Rex and What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Suess.

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Raymond Mock, author of A Tried Heart: Poems and Prose Poems, shares some of his poems and tells about the inspiration for many of these poems.

December 21, 2018

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

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Rae Yazzie from the Farmington Public Library reads Rapunzel and the Prince of Pop by Karyn Gorman, The Boy Who Cried Sheep by Laura North, Little Red Hen's Escape by Elizabeth Dale, The Emperor's New Uniform by Maureen Haselhurst, Princess Frog by Enid Richemont and Snow White Sees the Light by Karen Wallace.

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Michele Buchanan, author of Scota’s Harp discusses her book about Celtic and Egyptian history, the Scottish Stone of Destiny, archaeology, and the princess Scota.

December 14, 2018

Cuentos Hahne and Tales

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 Little Critter's Family Treasury by Mercer Mayer, as well as What Bear Likes by Alison Ritchie, Hoppity Skip, Little Chick by Jo Brown, and The Balloon Man by Rose Fyleman.

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December 12, 2018: Jonathan Thompson, investigative journalist, discusses his book, River of Lost Souls about the Gold King Mine disaster and more of the history of the Animas River.

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