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Read Beyond the Beaten Path

Read Beyond the Beaten Path

The theme for our 2022 summer reading program is Read Beyond the Beaten Path! Read Beyond the Beaten Path combines camp, adventure, and skill development. “Summer camp at the library” can encompass many different summer experiences: from outdoor activities such as hiking, campfires, stories, and s’mores to nature programs, arts and crafts, music, and so much more! Explore […]

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Poetry

Rhyming picture books. Poem collections and anthologies. Novels in verse. Limericks, poetic stanzas, tongue twisters, and rhymes. Find all of that and more in this list of recommended reads for national poetry month. Click the linked titles to reserve a copy to pick up at the library. Picture Books Surf’s Up (2015) by Kwame Alexander […]

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Get Creative!

March is National Crafting Month! The word “crafting” covers a lot but generally refers to practicing creative skills. Examples include knitting and crocheting, paper folding and origami, woodworking, and jewelry making. Crafting is anything artistic and created by hand. This month, set aside some time to work on your favorite craft or dabble in something […]

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E Is For Elephant

An African elephant can weigh 13,000 pounds which means an elephant weighs as much as 41,600 books! That is a lot of books! There are not that many books on this list, but there is still plenty to learn and enjoy. Check out these stories all starring elephants. Click the linked titles to reserve a […]

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Toy Stories

Toys, Toys, Toys! They may be wrapped up under trees right now, but they are on children’s minds all year round. This selection of books feature all kinds of toys, from blocks to dolls, from games to teddy bears. There are stories from a child’s perspective and stories from a toy’s perspective. There are stories […]

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Gobble Up A Good Book

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. At the library, we are thankful for books! Share in our gratefulness and celebrate the holiday with these Thanksgiving book picks. Reserve your copy using the linked titles. Find even more Thanksgiving books on display at the library, or check out e-books on libby, hoopla, and tumblebooks. Board Books […]

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Fall Book Favorites

Settle into the season with these great reads about leaves, apples, pumpkins, and more! Board Books A Pile of Leaves (2018) by Jason Fulford & Tamara ShopsinAutumn Babies (2018) by Kathryn O. GalbraithDuck & Goose Find a Pumpkin (2009) by Tad HillsApple Pie ABC (2012) by Alison Murray Picture Books Sweep (2019) by Louise GreigRunaway […]

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Great Books About Grandparents

Grandparents’ Day is September 12th. This list has plenty of titles to celebrate grandparents this Sunday and every day after! Board Books Grandma Loves You Because You’re You (2018) by Liza BakerGrandma’s Kitchen (2018) by Madison LodiGo, Grandpa, Go! (2020) by Lynn PlourdeHow to Babysit a Grandpa (2018) by Jean ReaganJust Like Grandpa! (2006) by […]

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Back to School

It is that time of year again. Help your child prepare for school with some of these back-to-school stories. Browse through the slideshows and click the linked title to reserve a copy. PICTURE BOOKS EASY READERS NONFICTION GRAPHIC NOVELS JUVENILE INTERMEDIATE FICTION JUVENILE FICTION AUDIOBOOKS / KITS ESPAÑOL / BILINGÜE

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Patriotic Children’s Reads

Celebrate the Fourth of July with these books about the holiday, patriotism, the Revolutionary War, and the U.S.A. Picture Books Grandma Drove the Garbage Truck (2005) by Katie ClarkGrace for President (2008) by Kelly DiPucchioMy America (2021) by Karen KatzPie Is for Sharing (2018) by Stephanie Parsley LedyardBlue Sky White Stars (2017) by Sarvinder Naberhaus […]

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