Monthly Archives: March 2014

“Let Her Go” by Passenger

I love it too and I used it in one of my classes … Tks

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What is he singing about?

I think it’s mostly about not realizing how much you love or need someone or something until it’s gone and you can’t have them/it  back. In essence, it is about regret.

Who is Passenger?

Michael David Rosenberg  better known by his stage name Passenger, is an English folk-rock singer. He writes songs, plays guitar, has an american dad from New Jersey. He is most famous for ‘Let Her Go’.

What verbs can we learn from the lyrics?

  • to miss : to be without
  • to burn : to be on fire
  • to let go : to allow someone to be free
  • to stare : to look at someone or something for a long time
  • to fall asleep : to begin sleeping
  • to dive : to fall suddenly and quickly into something
  • to feel low : to be depressed

What questions can we…

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The Children That Libraries Build

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Lost in Ephemera

While idly browsing through my Twitter feed this evening, I came across this:

It got me thinking about the value of public libraries for young readers and the disastrous consequences closures/service reductions could bring. It also got me reflecting on why I chose to work in libraries in the first place.  It may be quite a personal story but, given the circumstances, I think it really highlights the importance of public libraries, including the chance for escape and the opportunities they offer young people.

My family never had that much spare money when I was growing up, despite both my mother and stepfather working. Both worked in a takeaway and, because all other immediate family members were also working there and cheap/free childcare was (as it…

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