Bug Out!: Spinning Spiders Created by Amy Atzert and Linda Tripp, collection development librarians Our final insect post is NOT about an insect at all! A spider is actually an arachnid, belonging to the same family as scorpions, mites, and ticks. Unlike insects who have six legs, spiders have eight. Read on for our ... read more about Bug Out!: Spinning Spiders
Looking for your next great listen? Created by Katie Thomas, teen librarian, Warren Township branch Check out these YA audiobooks! “Clap When You Land” by Elizabeth Acedvedo “Children of Blood and Bone” by Tomi Adeyemi “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” by Jesse Andrews “Yes No Maybe So” by Becky Albertalli and Aisha ... read more about Looking for your next great listen?
“The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires” by Grady Hendrix Review by Yvonne Selander, collection development librarian It’s the late 1980s in Charleston, S.C., and Patty is bored. She enjoyed her career as a nurse but when she married her husband she gave up nursing to raise their two children. Not being the ... read more about “The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires” by Grady Hendrix
Today is National Camera Day Created by Yvonne Selander, collection development librarian Remember taking rolls of film to the Fotomat to be developed? And how when you finally got your photos back you couldn’t remember what you were attempting to take a picture of in each shot? (Okay, that was me, I had some ... read more about Today is National Camera Day
For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: Diverse Voices, Diverse Stories Created by Laura Frantz, collection development librarian Explore the wide range of authors sharing a unique story in these middle grade books. “Count Me In” by Varsha Bajaj “Each Tiny Spark” by Pablo Cartaya “Gaby Lost and Found” by Angela Cervantes “See You in the ... read more about For Kids and Their Grown-Ups: Diverse Voices, Diverse Stories