Readers’ Advisory

  Did you know it’s Dinovember? We’ve been having fun with our dinosaur theme in Pop-Up Playgroup, every Friday at 10 a.m. Of course, we hope you can join us for the remaining session. But regardless, here are a few picture books about dinosaurs we recommend! Informational...

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Looking for your next favorite book? Since we're always adding new themes and topics, our displays are always a great place to find something fun to read. Current displays In the early reader section, we have Into the Woods, with books about woodland creatures. In picture books, you...

If you’ve ever wanted to run away from home, you’ll sympathize with Clayton Byrd. He just wants to make music with his grandpa, Cool Papa Byrd--but his mother won’t let him. And then Cool Papa dies and Clayton has to choose: give up on music,...

It's a new month, so we're featuring some recent arrivals in the Children's Room! It's always exciting when new books come in. Here are a few we enjoyed!...

It’s hot outside! So stay in where it’s cool and read a book. July has a whole bunch of new books coming out that we are very excited about. Calling All Dog Lovers! David Rosenfelt’s latest Andy Carpenter mystery Bark of Night hits the shelves on July...

For your summer reading this year, consider borrowing one of these great science fiction novels from the library. Whether you enjoy futuristic or more modern sci-fi, picking up one of these books is a fun way to celebrate the summer reading program’s theme, “A Universe...

Merci Suarez is used to her close-knit family, who lives in a row of houses Merci’s mother calls Las Casitas. She’s used to playing soccer with her dad’s team and she’s even getting used to the fancy new school she started attending the year before....

People have enjoyed flying kites for thousands of years.  Kites have been used for warfare, research, and even pulling a carriage! However, today most people simply enjoy flying kites. With windy weather and warmer days, spring is a natural time to enjoy some kite flying....