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Join us for a Special Friends of the Library Clearance Sale! For this book sale only the Friends are featuring Fill-a-Bag for only $5 all week long! We have a Huge Inventory of Large Print and Fiction books for sale. Drop by the Library Lobby - September...

Calling all readers! You'll love our latest digital addition: NoveList Plus! NoveList Plus is a large database of reading recommendations including reviews, lists, articles, and more. You can use NoveList to find read-alikes in both fiction and non-fiction for readers of all ages. NoveList also gives...

Join us on Facebook for our first-ever online book club! Each month we'll vote on a book to read and discuss within our Facebook Group.   We know it isn't always possible to get together in-person to discuss books...

Did you know that November has been declared Picture Book Month? This is great news here in the Children's Room because we love picture books of all types. Here are a few of my personal favorites—feel free to chime in with yours!Caps for Sale by...

Happy Banned Books Week!One challenged title that’s near and dear to my heart is Looking for Alaska by John Green. Alaska follows Miles Halter as he starts his junior year at Culver Creek Preparatory School. For the first time Miles has friends, and life after...

A Wrinkle in Time won the Newbery Medal in 1963. It is a book filled with magic, mystery, and adventure, but the very core of it is the simple quest of a girl wanting nothing more than to find her father- a scientist who disappears...

Banned Books Week: 9/30 through 10/6This week marks the 30th anniversary of Banned Books Week across the country. Libraries, Bookstores, Journalists, and Book Lovers all join together to celebrate the freedom to read whatever you want! Did you know that there have been over 10,000...

Banned Books Week is Sunday, September 30 - Saturday, October 6, 2012. Books are banned for all sorts of reasons. Should people be able to ban books, or should everyone have the freedom to choose what they want to read?Your library supports your freedom to read....

There’s nothing like the End. Pestilence. Famine. War. Rumors of the war. I love a good apocalypse story (this is probably a character defect) and fortunately, the Library indulges my curiosity. Here are some good reads along those lines.Chalcot Crescent by Fay WeldonSet in present...

I love libraries. I have always loved libraries and have spent most of my like in them. My earliest recollection of libraries was in elementary school where I read every biography in the Childhood of Famous Americans series. In junior high I spent my lunch time...