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Look for these books at the Lacey Library 

Many teachers said, we taught students how to read, write, and do arithmetic,

If they want to learn economics, they need to go to the library ...


if you do not have the customer service skills to use the library,

it may be harder for you to check books out of the library ...??? 


if your child does not learn customer service, will your child grow up to be poor / homeless ... ???

Dr. X and the Quest for Food Safety / USFoodandDrugAdmin 

What 2000 Calories Looks Like

How diet soda causes weight gain

Thank You

How to behave and why, children’s books and games ... ???
the question is will it work for you ... ???

  How to speak politely and why 2/25/2012

  A Little Book of Manners for Boys: A Game Plan for Getting along with Others 2/25/2012
  A Little Book of Manners: Courtesy & Kindness for Young Ladies 2/25/2012
  A Smart Girl's Guide to Manners 2/25/2012
  Everything Kids' Magical Science Experiments Book: Dazzle your friends and family by making magical things happen!
  Fill a bucket
  Follow the Money! by Loreen Leedy,Loreen Leedy (Illustrator)
  Growing Money: A Complete Investing Guide for Kids 
  Growing up with a bucket full of happiness 
  How full is your bucket 
  How to behave and why 2/25/2012

365 Simple Science Experiments with Everyday Materials

  Invest This Dollar!: 50 Ways to Make $1,000,000 That Are So Good, We'll Even Spot You the First Dollar by Applesauce Press
  It's Not What You've Got! Lessons for Kids on Money and Abundance
  Janice VanCleave's Physics for Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments in Motion, Heat, Light, Machines, and Sound by Janice VanCleave, Janice Van Cleave
  Listen and Learn by Cheri J. Meiners, Meredith Johnson (Illustrator) 2/25/2012
  Manners 2/25/2012
  Manners can be fun 2/25/2012
  Mind your manners in school 2/25/2012
  Money Sense for Kids 
  My manners matter 2/25/2012
  New Totally Awesome Business Book for Kids, Revised and Updated Third Edition 

New Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids
  Once upon a Dime: A Math Adventure 
  Prize-Winning Science Fair Projects for Curious Kids
  Science Experiments You Can Eat
  Sold!: A Mothematics Adventure 
  The Everything Kids' Money Book: Earn it, save it, and watch it grow! 
  The Kids' Business Book by Arlene Erlbach
  The Kids' Money Book: Earning * Saving * Spending * Investing * Donating 
  The Monster Money Book 
  The Science Chef: 100 Fun Food Experiments and Recipes for Kids
  The Young Investor: Projects and Activities for Making Your Money Grow 
  Think Before You Act: Learning about Self-Discipline and Self-Control (Character Education Series) by Regina Burch, Carla Hamaguchi (Editor), Catherine Leary (Illustrator) 2/25/2012
  What Do You Say, Dear? by Sesyle Joslin, Maurice Sendak (Illustrator)
  Whoopi’s big book of manners 2/25/2012
  Why Should I Listen? (Why Should I? Books Series) by Claire Llewellyn, Mike Gordon (Illustrator) 2/25/2012



Look for these books at the Lacey Library



  it was explained to me, from the help desk at the Library,

 that you may only be allowed to check out 5 books at time, per person, or family,

I am not sure which,  at the Lacey, WA library

because the Library may need to borrow it from a library not properly connected

to the Lacey Library,

also, you may need to pay a rent charge Because it is coming from another library system ...

 it was explained to me that there is a spot on the form,

which describes the rental fee that you would pay,

 in which you can point out that you do not have the money to pay,

 however there is not a spot where you can point out that you would like to earn the rental fee,

 by checking out books at the Lacey Library ... like the examples listed in these books,

catch 22

in order to learn how to earn a rental fee,

you first have to pay more than once for the book at the Lacey Library,

why do I say that ?

your parents, and you as a child probably already paid for the rental fee,  

you, as a parent, or child just didn't pay enough ...

you likely already paid in the form of a city, county, state, or federal tax,

and fund raisers for the library, and donations from companies and people ...

an example of a tax a child may have already made toward the Library fee,

a child may go and buy a toy from a store in Washington State, you likely paid tax on the toy,

and some of the money, you already paid, may have already gone towards the library rental fee

that you may get charged extra for ... ???