There’s a graphic novel or series to meet every taste. Check out a few that Kayla’s enjoyed recently!
The fairy house program gently teaches kids about seasons and how the natural world is in a constant state of change.
The Witch is a horror movie set in 1630s New England. But is it really scary or just a bunch of pretty images? Check it out and decide for yourself.
Keeping King Patterson out of the Top Five is one feat in of itself, but off the charts completely takes the solid work of the heavy hitters. Luckily, we got … Continued
There’s more to Yann Martel’s work than his bestselling hit Life of Pi. His latest, The High Mountains of Portugal, handles death, religion, redemption, morality, existential unease, love, sorrow and more, making it the best kind of page-turner.
Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is one of the world’s best-selling mysteries for good reason. It’s fun, dark and twisted.
I’ve always wanted to tackle the 335-mile rail trail that goes all the way from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., and I’ve finally decided to take the plunge and attack the trail this October. Luckily the library is here to help me (and you!) train for this ride.
I recently discovered a seemingly mundane object in the bottom drawer of reference desk — something that launched me on a quest involving card catalogs, consultations with colleagues, online databases and a trip to the first stack, the lowest and darkest level of the Main library. What did I find? An extension cord — though one with a very unusual plug.
Have you ever walked into a library and wondered why books in braille aren’t neatly tucked on the shelves like their print counterparts?