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LIBRARIAN CHAT – 6/14/2021

The sequel to Verify by Joelle Charbonneau, Disclose, arrived so I just had to take a break from the Truman Nominees to read it.   Verify and Disclose are a duology (that means there are only 2 books in the series) and the second book did not disappoint! Meri Beckley is back! After her botched attempt to draw focus to the corruptness of the government, she is trying again.  With the help of  Mrs. Webster, and Gloss magazine, she launches a campaign to draw attention to their cause.  She is also going undercover to try to figure out what is happening… Read More »

LIBRARIAN CHAT – 6/25/2021

Finished another Truman Nominee for 2021-22 that had me laughing and crying all within a few paragraphs!  This time the book is “The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise” by Dan Gemeinhart.  Coyote and her dad, Rodeo have lived in a school bus for the last five years traveling where ever the road takes them through the United States.  Five years ago Coyote lost her mom and two sisters in a car accident just weeks after they buried a memory box.  When she finds out the park where it is buried is being demolished, she has to find a way to… Read More »

ALL SUMMER READING LOGS MUST BE TURNED IN BEFORE THE LIBRARY CLOSES ON JULY 29, 2021!

One name will be drawn from each bucket before we open up on July 30, 2021 and the four winners will be called at about 10:00 AM.

TEEN ANIMAL SKETCH BOOK PROJECT

7th-12th graders, just in case you missed the video about the Sketch Book Project here is the information you need.  Using pencil, colored pencil, markers, or crayons create an animal picture to be placed in a special binder for patrons to look at in the Children’s department.

Rules for Teen Animal Sketch Book: 1. Must be on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper 2. Name and phone number must be on the back of the project 3. Must be an animal (real or mythical) 4. You may turn in more than one piece of artwork 5. Artwork content must be appropriate for all ages to view 6. Turn your artwork in at the Children’s Desk 7. If you want your artwork returned, stop in at the end of August to pick it up.

 

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