Hello everyone and welcome to the first day of spring! Today is not only the day we welcome sunny skies and warm weather but it is also the first day of the astrological sign Aries. Aries is a fire sign known for courageous, confident, charismatic, thrill seekers and enthusiastic however at times they can be … Continue reading What’s Your Sign: Books for Aries
The recently proposed federal budget will cut all federal funding to libraries. Please watch the video below and if you agree with us contact your local Congressman to try to save our libraries. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MfGMIHm7Lc&t=13s
I am still totally stuck in the tween area of the library, where I have been for the past few months. I am finding some awesome titles and some real stinkers. I had a great time with A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff. It reminded me of the Saavy series. A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff In this … Continue reading Reading with a Side of….
The video in which Sarah explains what she loves about "You're Welcome Universe" by Whitney Gardner and Becky explains what she doesn't love about "You're Welcome Universe" by Whitney Gardner. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxC2xqNtNjU
Winter has been refusing to give up and plaguing the northeast with random snow storms and I thought it would be the perfect time to recommend a book to read while snowed in. I present to you "Yours Truly" by Heather Vogel Frederick. Truly Lovejoy is still trying to fit into her new life. Her … Continue reading Tween Book: Yours Truly by Heather Vogel Frederick
I know we like to focus on newer books around this time of the month, but I feel that I would be remiss if I didn't give a shout out to Shusterman's new series. I loved his Unwind series, like passionately flinging those books into every person's hands ever, so my expectations for this novel may have been … Continue reading Scythe by Neal Shusterman
The video in which we discuss the book that made us wish we were in Tokyo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IKDYX3ilIg&t=4s
I am just bouncing back-ish from being down with the sickness, so sorry this is a day behind. I just finished listening to this book and want to tell everyone I come into contact with about it. I love the weaving of Vietnamese and American culture. I love the concepts presented. Also, Lulu Lamb has … Continue reading Spotlight on Diverse Books: Listen, Slowly by Thanhhà Lại
Happy March everyone! Winter may be winding down but there are still plenty of cold days left...cold days that are perfect to curl up with a good book. Here is a list of new books that are being leased in the next month that we can't wait to read! Becky's List: Vigilante by Kady Cross Release … Continue reading What We’re Excited About: March Books!
I am still totally stuck in the tween area of the library, where I have been for the past few months. I am finding some awesome titles and some real stinkers. I had a great time with A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff. It reminded me of the Saavy series.A Tangle of Knots by … Continue reading Reading with a Side of….