Need a book report or ten by the end of the year, try a novel in verse. April is National Poetry Month impress your teacher by reading and reporting on a novel in verse.
Join The Library Sports Guys – Nate and Dave – as they discuss the book “Wooden: A Life” by Seth Davis, and find out why you should read this biography of arguably the greatest college basketball coach of all time, John Wooden.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Edible Book Festival! You can see all the 2015 Edible Book entries on our Flickr page. Thank you to all of our edible book artists, visitors, and voters. It’s audience participation that makes this event so much fun.
It is one of my favorite times of the year! The Edible Book Festival is coming up on April 3rd from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Now what is the Edible Book Festival, you may ask? The first time that I heard about the Edible Book Festival, I will honestly admit I was a little […]
March is a time of year when the weather is even more of a wild card than usual, but it’s a perfect time to start planning my summer gardens, and naturally, the library is my go-to place for ideas and information.
Read about a few of the award winning and most popular Young Adult books published in 2014. Whether your interests are beautiful literary works, suspenseful dramas or funny romances, these books will make the time fly.