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Taylor S.

By day, Taylor is your run of the mill, cardigan-wearing librarian, but by night, she is a cross-stitching, history-loving, classic-movie-watching baker who is carrying on a continuous attempt to sew her own capsule wardrobe. She is probably reading two or three books at any given time.

The Latest From Taylor S.

Cooking with the Library–How to Make Victorian-Era Wassail

wassail

“Here we come a-wassailing, among the leaves so green;   And here we come a-wand’ring, so fair to be seen.”  Have you ever looked back wistfully to the days of yore and wished that you could partake in some of the activities that were once popular? Well, with this blog post you absolutely can! We’ll be making Victorian-Era Wassail,… read more >>

Make Coffee with a French Press

Adulting 101

Coffee is one of the world’s favorite drinks, and there are many ways to make and drink it! From iced coffee, to espresso, to the noble French press – the options for coffee are almost endless. The French press as we know it now was patented in 1929 by Attilio Calimani, an Italian designer from Milan. Now you may… read more >>

Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

asian pacific heritage month

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, and we have some ideas on ways to celebrate this month-long holiday at home.Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month is a great time to immerse yourself in the rich culture that has been shared by Asian-American and Pacific Islander-American creatives.Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated mainly in the United States and focuses on citizens whose family and… read more >>

Life Hack: When Stuck at Home, Start a New Book Series!

Coloured Series of Books

Now is the best time to start a new books series or re-visit ones that you love! With our online collections, you’ll have the opportunity to read some of these favorites from your own devices. By: Taylor S. Harry Potterand the Sorcerer’s Stone (ebook/audiobook available on Overdrive and Hoopla) Read this seven-book series about Harry Potter “The Book Who Lived” and his… read more >>