Do you know how to use the web wisely? Take a few moments to learn some tips with our fun online safety
|posted Nov 26, 2012 by Amy L.
Did you know you can watch animated versions of storybook favorites for free with your library card through TumbleBook Library? Just go to our eBooks and more page
and click on "TumbleBook Library." This online collection of talking picture books also includes nonfiction, books in Spanish and French, and puzzles and games. What are you waiting for? Explore TumbleBook today!
|posted Nov 25, 2012 by Amy L.
With the colder weather and upcoming holidays, you might be spending lots of time in close quarters with friends and family. Sometimes you can run out of things to say and do. You can use the library's website to help: Ask older people about what life was like when they were your age. Need some back ground information? If someone was young during the 1950's, you can enter that as a search term into Student Resources in Context
. Or, use the Poetry Fun list on the Books and Reading page
to find some silly poetry books you can checkout and read together. If you'll be entertaining younger cousins, check out the Birth to Six Book Lists
page for some good books to have around.
|posted Nov 15, 2012 by Susan W.
Now that International Games Day is over, do you want more gaming goodness? You don't have to wait another year. Just head over to our Fun and Games
page for links to fun and free internet games. Game on!
|posted Nov 11, 2012 by Tony H.
We're celebrating International Games Day
on Sat., Nov. 10. Visit one of these libraries
to get your game on!
|posted Nov 3, 2012 by Johannah G.