This week's book post is a little different than any I've done before! I've been overlapping blog content with work things more often recently since everything has transitioned online, but I figure, why reinvent the wheel? Our marketing specialist has been asking staff to share video reviews of their quarantine reads for our social media … Continue reading Book Review: My Beijing by Nie Jun
April is National Poetry Month, and I'm going to make a confession. I've never considered myself a poetry person. My high school experiences with poetry were few and far between, and while I wrote some (really bad) poems as a teenager, I always felt I had only a superficial understanding of the art form. College … Continue reading Weekly Nibble: April 10, 2020
Last month's Book Scouts was cancelled due to COVID-19, but I still dutifully composed my list of recommended reads and put up a display (a whole two days before our library closed indefinitely). Luckily, many families came in to stock up and the display emptied pretty quickly. This month, I'm sharing those titles with you … Continue reading Book Recommendations: Nature Reads
Age Range: 5-8 year olds; All AgesTime: 45 minutes - 1 hourProgram Type: Registration; After Hours I can't remember when I first heard about Earth Hour, but for years, I have looked forward to turning out the lights, shutting down, and thinking about my carbon footprint and what I can do to lower it. I … Continue reading Red Knit Cap Girl: Celebrate Earth Hour!
January's Book Scouts was exciting for me, as a fan of the Wings of Fire series myself! I found lots of books and series that sound promising for avid readers that are wanting more dragons! If you have any other recommendations, please share down below in the comments! Very quickly, I want to address why … Continue reading Book Recommendations: Wings of Fire Read-Alikes
Yesterday was the first installment of this month's Book Worms program. Our book this time is Rhino in the House: The True Story of Saving Samia by Daniel Kirk. I love to incorporate non-fiction when I can into this program, and the children LOVE books about animals. The story of conservationist Anna Merz and Samia … Continue reading Weekly Nibble: February 7, 2020
I'm finally getting ahead of this month's Book Scouts to share with you a very exciting list that I hope you can use this month and throughout the year! When compiling this list, I found myself getting more and more uplifted and inspired by the sheer number of books I came across featuring Black MCs. … Continue reading Book Recommendations: Black History Reads