Hello! I forgot that yesterday was yet another dental adventure for the other half of the Spooky Librarians, so I was busy elsewhere. (We’re almost done, hooray.)
Meanwhile, the Witch of November is visiting our area. If you now have “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” playing in your head, you can thank me.
The Washington Post takes a look at the language the U.S. Census has used for different races over the decades.
Richard Scarry also changed with the years; he altered his books as time went on to reflect the modern world.