Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month

Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15th. Try these outstanding works of fiction and non-fiction written by notable Hispanic writers. Alvarez, Julia. Afterlife. (F ALV) Cordova, Zoraida. Incendiary. (YA F COR) Cornejo, Villavicencio Karla Undocumented Americans. (364.137 COR) Engel, Patricia. Infinite Country. (F ENG) Fajardo-Anstine, Kali. Sabrina & Corina. (eBook) … Continue reading Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month

Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning

According to the AASL (American Association of School Librarians), these are the best digital tools for teaching: Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning | American Association of School Librarians (AASL) (ala.org) Use these tools & others in website (Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning) to help students with news literacy, critical thinking and … Continue reading Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning

Tasty tidbits from the cookie workshop

The library hosted a teen Valentine's cookie decorating workshop on Saturday, February 10, featuring professional "Baker, Caker, and Cookie Art Maker" Shannon Orr of 1211 Bakery and the Kitchen Witch Chronicles. Following a demonstration from Chef Shannon, each participant decorated two cookies with their own fabulous designs. It was a ton of fun and we … Continue reading Tasty tidbits from the cookie workshop

TEEN SPECIAL EVENT: Saturday, February 10 @ 1-3PM

The Kitchen Witch herself (Shannon Orr) will show you how to unleash your cookie creativity in this 2-hour workshop. Shannon is an award-winning professional baker, caker, and cookie art maker based in Sherman, Texas. She enjoys creating unique and beautiful edible art, which you can see on her site (Twelve Eleven Bakery) and Instagram feed. … Continue reading TEEN SPECIAL EVENT: Saturday, February 10 @ 1-3PM