Robots at the Library

Cubelets Part building block, part robot, Cubelets are a fun and easy way to get into robotics. If you attended this year’s Tech Expo in January, you may have seen them in action – or even put them into action yourself. If you missed them at the Tech Expo, don’t worry, we will be bringing […]

Reading Programs (youth)

A new reading program is here: Fall Reading Challenge! Go to Beanstack get started. August 15 – December 1 Ages 5-11 Try to read a total of 55 hours (30 minutes/day) in the allotted time. Earn up to 5 badges and a certificate of completion   More reading programs coming soon! Stay tuned to your […]

Author Spotlight: Emma Virján

 Author Spotlight: Emma Virján   Emma Virján is a wonderful author who writes wonderful books and has a wonderful personality to match (not to mention a wonderfully red, big wig). Around the middle of March, 2016 she took some time to talk to me about her character named Pig as well as herself. Here’s what I […]

Learn from Elephant and Piggie

Grown ups are always wondering what the moral of the story is. I didn’t even know what “moral of the story” meant until I asked a librarian the other day. It means the lesson that you learn from a story. Since I love Mo Willems‘ Elephant & Piggie books, I thought I would share with you some […]