Wednesday, February 27, 2019


Read Across America is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place every year on March 2 - Dr. Seuss's birthday.  Across the country, thousands of libraries participate by bringing together kids and books by Dr. Seuss.  Here at the library we will have activity sheets, bookmarks, coloring pages, stickers, and books by the one and only Dr. Seuss.  These materials will be available throughout the month of March.  Stop in and see if you can find a Dr. Seuss book you haven't read yet!  Have some Seussical fun!

Friday, January 25, 2019

The Best Books of 2018 

Come into the Children's Room to read some of the best  reviewed books of  2018!

The Eye That Never Sleeps:  How Detective Pinkerton Saved President Lincoln
written by Marissa Ross
Illustrations by Jeremy Holmes

Award winning author Marissa Ross tells the story of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency's famous beginnings.  Young detectives will enjoy learning about how Alan Pinkerton successfully thwarted a plot to assassinate President Lincoln in Baltimore, before he was sworn in as  president.  A picture book of full of adventure that is suitable for ages 6-10. 

Wednesday, December 19, 2018


Children from birth through Grade 6...  Warm up this winter with our annual Winter Reading Club!  From December 10 - January 31 stop by our temporary location and pick up a Winter Reading Club tracking bookmark.  On the back of the bookmark, write down the title of a book you have finished.  Once you record the names of 4 books, the bookmark becomes your entry form to win one of our cool prize baskets!

Just drop the entry form in the corresponding entry box at the library.  Enter as many times as you like.  The more you read, the greater your chance of winning!  Happy Reading!