Picture books are not just for kids. They are multifaceted and at the forefront of—and sometimes precede—social change.
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.
Rick Riordan is back with a new series! In the series, Apollo is sent to Earth in the body of a 16-year-old boy as punishment by Zeus. Read on for adventure, laughs and old friends.
To kick-off the Summer Reading, the Carnegie Library hosts Extravaganza, an outdoor festival packed with fun games, live music and storytelling, puppets shows, crafts, and much more!
Beyonce’s and Drake’s newest albums may be their best to date.
Throne of Glass follows Celaena Sardothien, an assassin who is consistently under-estimated because she’s a girl.
Children’s Specialists at the Carnegie Library developed a pilot program of bilingual storytimes in a way that grew volunteer partnerships and served speakers of world languages.
The Darkest Corners by Kara Thomas is one of the best books that I’ve read in a long time. It’s a young adult book, but it reads like an adult thriller.
Screen time, apps, iPads, oh my! In our world of constantly evolving technology, the question of when and how to introduce technology in the lives of our youngest library patrons is a big one.