Backman, Frederik. Winners. Great change is coming to the people of Beartown in the 3rd novel of the series. Childs, Laura. A Dark and Stormy Tea. Theodosia tries to solve … Continue reading New Large Print
dePaola, Tomie. The Popcorn Book. Happy National Popcorn Day!
Chinese New Year is January 22-February 1, 2023. Traditional foods eaten during the Lunar New Year are dumplings, spring rolls, fish, noodles, rice balls or cakes, and fish. Read more … Continue reading Happy Lunar New Year
Don't miss the zoom Webinar Grow Your Business with Video--Youtube and Beyond, on January 25, 2023. REGISTRATION LINK: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvdeygrT4jGNU0HOuzYg0JnHILSsOBqTn5
Kim Richardson humanizes the Blue Fugates of Kentucky with her fictional take on a brave girl who becomes a pack horse librarian. For having blue skin, she is shunned, yet … Continue reading The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Richardson.
Just as there may be an under painting hiding under a painting, nothing is as it seems in this novel. Everything is a trick of the eye. The singers that … Continue reading Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell
Louis Braille was just 15 when he invented the Braille system. To read more about him and other incredible inventors, Li, Amanda. Rise up! Ordinary Kids With Extraordinary Stories. Mitchell, … Continue reading World Braille Day is January 4th
Here's a look at 2022 in review. In addition, we have had genealogy programs, knitting club programs, and we were honored to have many patrons participate in our Sudoku board … Continue reading Year in Review