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Mollie Beattie

Rebecca talks about the first-ever female head of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Mollie Beattie. This gal released grey wolves back into Yellowstone and had the best day ever when she returned a bald eagle the environment. The gal-pals also talk about what 2 animals they would breed together. Snats anyone? YouTube Version Show […]

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Free Stories to Stream from Audible

Audible has made nearly 250 books available to stream for free. From Audible: “For as long as schools are closed, we’re open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free […]

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Unlimited Access to Ebooks and Audiobooks No Matter Your Location

Tumblebooks has offered Gal’s Guide patrons free access to their library through August 31, 2020. TumbleBooks’ databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! Gal’s Guide patrons can read as many books as they want, when they want, and on any device. There are no checkouts, holds, or bulky downloads. Because we’re […]

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Free Audiobooks Available From TumbleBooks

TumbleBooks has offered Gal’s Guide patrons free access to their library through August 31, 2020. Because we’re a women’s history library we’ll help you find some amazing titles that focus on women’s history but you’ll have access to all the books in the TumbleBook Library. Gal’s Guide Patrons will receive an email to log into […]

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Free Teen Ebooks Available From TumbleBooks

TumbleBooks has offered Gal’s Guide patrons free access to their library through August 31, 2020. Because we’re a women’s history library we’ll help you find some amazing titles that focus on women’s history but you’ll have access to all the books in the TumbleBook Library. Gal’s Guide Patrons will receive an email to log into […]

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Free Children’s Ebooks Available From TumbleBooks

TumbleBooks has offered Gal’s Guide patrons free access to their library through August 31, 2020. Because we’re a women’s history library we’ll help you find some amazing titles that focus on women’s history but you’ll have access to all the books in the TumbleBook Library. Gal’s Guide Patrons will receive an email to log into […]

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Free Children’s Math Ebooks Available From TumbleBooks

Does your little one need math help? TumbleBooks has offered Gal’s Guide patrons free access to their library through August 31, 2020. They have an amazing database of ebooks dedicated to math! Gal’s Guide Patrons will receive an email to log into TumbleBooks. If you are not yet a Patron, click here. If you have […]

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Uhura Training Academy 2019

It’s official Uhura Training Academy will return to Starbase Indy in 2019 to continue providing cadets of all ages educational programs inspired by our favorite Communications Officer. Our theme this year is female inventors and scientists. See our full course schedule.  See what we had available at Uhura Training Academy 2018 including our Gal-lery. Visit […]

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How Title IX Changed The Game

Megan finishes up her summer with a last swim in the lake near her grandmother’s house. Megan is excited to start high school and make new friends, however, she’d love to be in the water for just a little longer. When she learns her high school has a pool and is part of gym class, […]

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Hedy Lamarr – Your Gal Friday

On this week’s episode we are talking about a gal who was promoted by Louis B. Mayer as “the world’s most beautiful woman.” Her patent, with George Antheil, is the blueprint for a technology we all use today.  It’s called Frequency Hopping and it’s used in cell phones, blue tooth and in wifi. Click here for the […]