Star Wars Books for Kids

Hey all you Star Wars Fans! It’s May the 4th, Star Wars Day! This is Miss Annette, and I’m going to share with you some Star Wars books that you can find on the library’s website. I’m sure you’ve seen all the movies, so fulfill your destiny and read about the Star Wars Universe! Middle… read more >>

May is National Mental Health Month

During this health crisis, many are experiencing issues with isolation caused by social distancing.  The message to keep in mind is “You Are Not Alone.” Even in so-called ‘normal’ times, many of us experience anxiety and depression.  This month is a time to share your experiences and to support one another.  We need to continue… read more >>

Bullet Journaling

Bullet Journaling is a fun and creative way to organize your life!  Your journal is uniquely yours, and you can style it anyway you like.  Here are some suggestions to get you started on your Bullet Journaling adventure. Health Benefits to Journaling: • Relaxes you. • Helps you clarify and organize your thoughts and feelings…. read more >>

Funny Picture Books for Kids

These picture books will have your kids laughing out loud!  Parents are guaranteed to enjoy them too. Grumpy Monkey Party Time! by Suzanne Lang Jim Panzee gets invited to Porcupine’s party, but is stressed out because he can’t dance! Jim’s friends give him dance lessons telling him to “strut your stuff” and “shake your butt”!… read more >>

YA Book Reviews From Amy

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, which YA book is the fairest one of all? This week I have compiled a list of 8 fairytale retellings; I have chosen 4 individual fairytales with 2 selections for each. One choice is a darker- twistier version of that particular tale and the other is more in vain of… read more >>

Dinosaurs

Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? Share these resources with your preschool or early elementary children. Watch and read a fiction and non-fiction book about dinosaurs on BookFlix. Read these books from the library’s eBook collection.  You can click on the links below or search for these titles in the Libby app: Crunch, the Shy Dinosaur by… read more >>

YA Book Reviews

Relationships are hard! These YA novels explore the complexities of the different relationships that define us and add richness to our lives. The Vanishing Deep by Astrid Schotle  Tempe lives in a post-apocalyptic world after the Great Waves destroyed her planet.  People now survive by living on man-made floating cities. Tempe dives every day into… read more >>

Tips for Cyber Safety

Conducting personal business online can be risky.  Follow these tips from librarian, Kelly, to help make your time online safer. Change passwords regularly on all of your accounts so an old password can’t be used against you. Lie when answering password challenge questions. Use an answer or phrase that only you know. Enable encryption on… read more >>

YA Novels in Verse

Hello, Library Lovers!  This is Miss Sarah, and I’m going to give you some recommendations for YA novels in verse.  April is National Poetry Month, after all!  So whether you’re new to poetry or consider it a favorite, you’re sure to enjoy these poetic books! And speaking of poetry, the Library is running a contest… read more >>

Celebrate Earth Day: Eco-friendly Tips

It’s Earth Day!  Show our planet a little love by following librarian, Kelly’s tips for making a positive impact on our environment! April 22, 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day. Eco-friendly Friendly Ideas: Carry reusable shopping bags. Reuse plastic bags and produce bags. Give up bottled water. Shop your local farmers market. Buy from… read more >>

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