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Olympic rings

The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have their opening ceremonies this Friday, August 5 after which the games will really begin with everything from gymnastics, to track and […]

Orphan children sleeping in New York street circa 1890.

The 2016 One City, One Story selection,¬†Orphan Train, by Christina Baker Kline tells the story of a young orphan girl who is taken from New York to the Midwest on […]

birds in flight

It’s National Bird Day so grab a book and learn more about these amazing small flying dinosaur descendants. Whether your tastes run to ravens, goshawks, or parrots, the library has […]

September 27th to October 3rd is Banned Books Week this year, during which libraries, bookstores, and other institutions all over the country are celebrating the freedom to read what we […]

Stand Up to Bullying: 6 Books for National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Month when we spread awareness of bullying and what all of us, parents, educators, and kids, can do to stop bullying in our communities. Below […]