Sorry it’s been so long since I posted here. Honest truth is I use the library Facebook page all the time and forget I have WordPress. Just to let everyone know tomorrow, June 22, starts our summer hours. Wednesday is 9am to 4pm and Saturday is 9am to 3pm. We will have an ongoing book sale during the whole summer on Saturdays and Wednesdays. Hope to see everyone there. Also the Treasure Shop next door is open 9 am to 12 pm Wed and Sat mornings. Happy Summer
I have always loved children’s books for their adorable pictures and cute stories. I always read to my own two children and now that I am a Grandmother I plan to buy my grandson lots of books. Kevin Henkes book “Waiting” is on my list of children’s books. His attitude toward writing uplifts me because someday I hope to write a book for the kids. As a teacher/librarian I feel it is very important to spend time reading to your kids. Opens up their imagination to a new world. Here is a link to introduce you to Kevin. http://www.npr.org/2015/09/22/442521229/some-kids-books-are-worth-the-wait-they-do-take-time-says-kevin-henkes
People are anticipating the new John Grisham book “Rogue Lawyer”. The main character is Sebastian Rudd who works out of a customized bulletproof van. Doesn’t sound like your ordinary lawyer. I am ordering this book which will be out October 20, 2015.
Stop by your local library and chose a good book. Cuddle up near the fire with a hot cocoa and a mystery or romance.
This summer has been so much fun. The village has had so many visitors stopping through. Always nice to see familiar faces and new ones too. The historic library is open 9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m on Saturdays and Wednesday 9:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. The library has an ongoing book sale and free books. Happy fun summer everyone and hope to see you soon.
Mark your calendars for Saturday August 16,2014 from 9:15 a.m to 12:00 p.m Local author Jessie Crockett will be visiting our historic library. Stop by to say hi.
William Shakespeare turns four hundred and fifty years old today🙂
He is the one who is in so many English classrooms. There is a lot to learn from him. Much Ado About Nothing is one that the kids have acted out in our school systems. He will be forever missed
Let the librarian know what you love to read!!!! I am always ordering books and we have an ongoing book sale. Free books offered to take home and share with friends and family.
2013 book lists from LISTOPIA
Cheryl Kaye Tardif shares her thoughts and tells us her story of why she loves books and how she became a writer. I think it would be a lovely idea to have a Canadian author’s book in the library. Please check out her website.