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Wee Chic Boutique Owner Creates Sophisticated Style for Modern Teens with Girlhero The new store in Green Spring Station encourages self-expression with clothing, décor and skin care

  Bridget Stickline says that when her daughter Elle was young, she had a name for the strong, independent girls they encountered in literature: girlhero. Now she owns a store by the same name in Greenspring Station—an effort to embody that confident, feminine energy through style and self-expression. Girlhero, at …

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‘It’s Not Just a Book’: Maryland Book Bank Provides Choice and Opportunity Students gain confidence on the path to proficient reading through the statewide program

  On a school day in October, Glenmount Elementary/Middle librarian Erin Hauser is grabbing as many books as she can carry from the Ravens Bookmobile—at least 50 or 60, she says. Other teachers at the Baltimore City school are doing the same. It’s one of many opportunities they have to …

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Harbor Harvest Fall Children's Festival 2017

Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s Festival Brings a Bit of Country to the City The 14th annual festival features children's musicians, pumpkin decorating and a hay maze

  Families looking for a little bit of country harvest flavor without leaving the city will find it in Baltimore’s own Inner Harbor. The Harbor Harvest Fall Children’s Festival is back for its 14th year running. Presented by the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore and Verizon, the festival will take place …

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Schooltime Stories and Spooky Tales Conjure Up Reading Adventures With These 10 Books

Make back to school and Halloween memorable with these spirited book selections. Board Books   “Happy Halloween, Daniel Tiger!” by Angela C. Santomero Fans of “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” will enjoy reading about Daniel Tiger and his neighborhood as they prepare for Halloween. Daniel Tiger and his neighbors are dressing up …

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Baby girl crying on her first halloween party

Tame the Halloween Horrors Empathy and communication can help children ease their fears

  For some children, Halloween is a time to overindulge in candy, take on a new identity for a day and witness spooky decorations transforming houses into macabre homes. However, the holiday can be an anxiety-inducing stressful time for others. Ghosts, spiders, blood, the dark, scary costumes, goblins and clowns …

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