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The Distracted Librarians are Back!

Is the book always better than the movie? Nicole, Drew, Killian, and Emily are back, and talking about book-to-film adaptations on the newest episode of The Distracted Librarians podcast! 

The Distracted Librarians can be found on Podbean, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music,…

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Be a Star Reader!

Kids are invited to visit the Youth Services Desk and have their picture taken with their favorite book in celebration of National Library Week, April 7 – 13! Participants will have their names entered into a special drawing, and 20 lucky Star Readers will have their photo featured on monthly READ posters displayed at the Library. After their poster is displayed,…

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Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

Wednesday, April 10, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Join us this time to vote on the Teen Book Cover Design Contest submissions & help to create the winning design!

All teens are welcome to attend our TAB meetings. We talk books, make arts and crafts, play games & more. Snacks provided. 

Registration required.

For more information,…

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Sensory Story Time

Sign up for Sensory Story Time on Saturday, April 13! Join us in an adaptive story time experience for youth of all abilities, including those who have difficulty in large groups and who have sensory integration challenges. Participants can expect stories with gentle multisensory engagement, visual aids, adaptive movement, low lights, and low sounds. For children ages 3 and up with a grown-up….

Virtual Read-Aloud, Hall of Mirrors, Frederic Brown

Virtual Read-Aloud: “Hall of Mirrors,” Frederic Brown

You step into a time machine . . . and step out into – what? And where? And when?

Frederic Brown (1906 – 1972) was an American author of “short short” stories, with many of his publications printing at three pages or fewer. Brown’s works are predominately fantastical, with much of his bibliography falling under the science fiction,…