Wednesday, December 22, 2010
MPL Homework Helpers Solve the World's Problems (More or Less)
Kitties learn what we need to know on the run. Our education is a living, breathing experience. Human children, however, are not as gifted as felines, and so they must attend school. As if that weren't enough, they have to do lots and lots of homework! (Cats have an aversion to work of any kind. We prefer play. And sleep. Plenty of sleep. When we're not eating.) Homework sounds like a drag to me, but if that's what people need to do to learn stuff, well, then, better get at it already.
Sometimes, humans have trouble with homework. Even cats can find it daunting to discern the water faucet principle (we prefer to drink moving water. You people ought to try drinking stale water from a bowl that has been sitting out since last October.), so we understand that tutoring is occasionally needed. At Mooresville Public Library, Homework Help Sessions are available every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. (Grades 4-12; maximum of ten students per week). Knowledgeable tutors are available to answer students' questions on various subjects. The library has a program trailer (below) that explains it all.
Your cure for the homework blues is waiting at the library. Drop by to get a slice of homework help. It's tasty and filling but won't add to your waistline. Not better than canned tuna in oil, but it's a start.
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
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