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Keeping a Record During the 2020 Pandemic

Journaling

Now is the time to start a journal about living through this global pandemic. It doesn’t need to be anything elaborate or written in any formal way. Imagine one day when your children or grandchildren ask you about what it was like to live during the covid-19 outbreak. What would you tell them? Jot down …

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Library Closed Until March 30th

Library Closed

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the library will remain closed until Monday, March 30th. The due dates for all materials has been extended, so you will not be charged any late fees. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as things change. We apologize for the sudden closure. Libraries are a …

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Pipe Cleaner Snakes : Monday Night Crafts

Pipe Cleaner Snake Craft

Fun things to do after school every Monday. Always a new craft.This Monday (February 17th), we will be making cute pipe cleaner snakes you are sure to love.

RBDigital Downtime 2/19 @ 3am

RBDigital Downtime

If you are a regular user of our RBDigital app for audiobooks and magazines, they will be upgrading the server on February 19th at 3am until 6am. Any items that are already checked out and downloaded to your device should still work during that time.

Netflix Movie Adaptation for Valentine’s Day

The Stand-In

Are you a fan of Netflix’s original movies? They’ve adapted a lot of novels into movies as of late. One of their newest films (which is just in time for Valentine’s Day) is based on Steve Bloom’s YA novel The Stand-In. This rom-com is a YA novel for grades 10-12 and above. When Brooks volunteers …

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Kristin Buck Booksigning “Bella Goes to Egypt”

On February 1st from 11am-2pm, local children’s author Kristin Buck will visit the library to sign copies of her second book “Bella Goes to Egypt”. Drop by and say hello! https://www.facebook.com/events/637234730413737

Zooming in on Magazines in OverDrive’s Libby App

Zooming in the Libby app

Have you ever checked out a magazine through OverDrive and wondered how to zoom in on the page to read the article more easily? Here’s a short video clip from OverDrive showing how it’s done in their Libby app. Need to zoom in a little closer when reading a magazine with Libby? Let’s take a …

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RBDigital Combines Magazines and Audiobook Collections

Starting today, RecordedBooks has combined their magazine collection and audiobook collections together under their RBDigtal app to provide better accessibility.

Top 10 New Fiction Titles: Jan 1st – Aug 1st

With new books arriving on our shelves almost daily, sometimes it is hard to decide on a book to read. Here’s a list of the top 10 titles that have been circulating out of our New Books section over the past few months. The 18th abduction by James Patterson.Never Tell by Lisa Gardner.Cemetery Road by …

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Video Games as Literacy Tools?

Librarians have promoted the virtues of reading since the dawn of libraries, but researchers have been studying literacy skills developed from other sources than just books. Many modern video games require the player to read large blocks of text to advance the storyline of the game, and researchers are finding that these reading requirements translate …

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