Amy Layton

Library Assistant

Bio

Amy grew up in a small rural town in Washington and left home to study French and English literature at Southern Oregon University. This led her to La Ferté-sous-Jouarre to teach high school students English through the TAPIF program. From there, she travelled back to the states and received her Masters of Library and Information Science and Children’s Literature at Simmons University. In her spare time, she practices latte art and watches Danny Phantom.

Articles by Amy Layton

Then Paris began the construction of the Eiffel Tower in January 1887, and finished it March 31st, 1889.  The purpose of this tower was to…

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Do Saturday mornings remind you of settling down in front of the television with a bowl of sugary cereal, pajamas still on, rushing to get…

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The History of Notre Dame Rumor has it that the land Notre Dame stands on was once a temple dedicated to Jupiter.  In an effort…

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We all know that the Parisian cityscape is filled with beautiful architecture and landmarks.  Think the Eiffel Tower, think Arc de Triomphe, think Les Invalides.…

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Just because the doors are closed at the French Cultural Center doesn’t mean that we need to stop enjoying the delights of French language and…

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