New Adult Books 7/23

It’s Time to Turn in Your Summer Reading Logs!

It’s Time to Turn in Your Summer Reading Logs!

Summer reading logs will be accepted downstairs in the children’s area starting Tuesday July 23. Bring your reading log in to exchange it for a new book and a semi-fabulous prize! The last day reading logs will be accepted is Thursday, July 25. The grand prize drawing will take place on Friday the 26th.

Bingo cards for adult summer reading will also be accepted through Thursday, July 25th and prize drawings will be on Friday the 26th.

Extension Office Visits Our Summer Programs

The extension office is set to teach cooking classes to our community’s kids, kindergarten through twelfth grade, this week. Today we talked about cooking safety and sanitation, prepared and enjoyed a small snack, read some stories, and even did some exercise! Join us Wednesday or Thursday for more fun with the extension office. (K-2 10:30-11:30; 3-5 1:30-2:30; Teen 3:00-4:00)

New Adult Books…

New Picture, Beginning Chapter and Young Adult Books!

Learning About Our Moon

Learning About Our Solar System 7/10/19

New Books for the Adult Crowd!

Digital Planetarium Canceled

Digital Planetarium Canceled

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the digital planetarium scheduled for Tuesday, July 9, has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience (or disappointment!)

Check out these fabulous new additions to our children’s library!

Check out these fabulous new additions to our children’s library!

“Equal parts humor and heart, Harrison Dwight, Ballerina and Knight follows a young boy as he cycles through various feelings he experiences in every day life.”

When mommy is away, it’s up to daddy to do his daughter’s hair in this ode to self-confidence and the love between fathers and daughters from former NFL wide receiver Matthew A. Cherry and New York Times bestseller Vashti Harrison.

“The book chronicles a week in the life of Little Miss Crazy Hair who along with her best friend, her dog Duke, escape on wild and wonderful daily adventures resulting from the decision of how she will wear her wonderful, curly hair.”

“This witty book tells a tale of a cat and a bird. Two animals who, according to the natural course of things, are not supposed to be friends—but does it have to be that way?”