Monthly Archives: July 2011

New to the YA section is…

Saturn Apartments by Hisae Iwaoka. Book cover of Saturn Apartments

While the people of Earth live in a stratified society on a ring surrounding the planet, Mitsu’s father has disappeared and Mitsu is forced to undertake his father’s profession as a window washer shortly after his junior high school graduation, which allows him a view of the higher levels of society through their windows.

Click on the image for more information about this book.  As always, if you would like to place a hold, please call the library at 985-2173 or visit our website.

New photos posted!

Moving the story off the pagesI finally got the photos from Lori Hardacker’s Moving the Story Off the Pages program posted onto Flickr.  Take a look!  It was a lot of fun!

International Playtime Today!

boy on globe readingFriday July 29    10:30 am   Ages 5 and up

Travel the world by joining us for circle games, small group games and team games all with a multicultural twist!   No pre-registration needed.  We’ll be outside if possible.  Space is limited to first come first serve if we have to move inside.

Sankofa Photos on Flickr

Jordan BenissanPhotos from the Sankofa workshop and performance have been uploaded to Flickr.  Take a look!

New to the YA section is…

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray.Book cover of Beauty Queens.

When a plane crash strands thirteen teen beauty contestants on a mysterious island, they struggle to survive, to get along with one another, to combat the island’s other diabolical occupants, and to learn their dance numbers in case they are rescued in time for the competition.

Click on the image for more information about this book.  As always, if you would like to place a hold, please call the library at 985-2173 or visit our website.

Rhyme Time

frog reading frog bookSummer Storytimes!  Thursdays, June 23 to Aug. 11 at 10:15 am.  Stories, songs and more outside on the lawn!  We’ll move inside if necessary.

Found at Sankofa

Did you lose a sweater at the Sankofa concert?  We’ve got it at the Library.  Give a call, 985-2173 x-5.