In this episode, librarians Stephanie, Miranda, Megan, Kelli, Lissa and Thad discuss great reads from the past year and post our own Top 10 lists.
It’s easy to fall for “fake news.” Our information experts tell you how to sift the truth from fiction.
Take a peek at the upcoming titles planned for this library book discussion group in 2017.
Natalie Moreland thinks everyone, not just tweens and teens, should read Witness by Karen Hesse.
Great American Smokeout is a special day from the American Cancer Society to encourage tobacco users to make a plan to quit, or to plan in advance and quit smoking on that day.
Lissa Staley thinks everyone should write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days this November. Listen in to find out why!
Who is the smartest of them all? View the winners of the library’s quarterly trivia nights here – including the highest scoring teams of 2016! Join us in 2017 for more trivia events!
Michelle Stottlemire thinks everyone should read Better Off: Flipping the Switch on Technology by Eric Brende. Listen in on the discussion to see if the hosts agree.
National Novel Writing Month challenges participants to write 50,000 words in 30 days and create the first draft of a novel in a frantic but fun writing rush. Find out about the library’s programs in support of NaNoWriMo and download free handouts and resources.
Lisa Brown thinks everyone should read The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger. Listen in on the discussion to see if our hosts agree.
In this episode, Kelli, Megan, Miranda and Lissa talk about our favorite books of all time.
Beverly Cleary celebrated her 100th birthday this year, and although many of her books were published decades ago, they still remain popular and relevant to young readers.