My favorite reference book in the library is Chase’s Calendar of Events. It lists a variety events from all over world. There are also birthdays of notable figures in history, dates of famous (and not so famous) first listed in this massive tome. I use this to help me plan upcoming events. While I love using the book, the best resource for planning programs happen to be teens. I hope you will join us for the last two TAB Meetings of 2014: November 10 & December 8.
New YA Fiction & Non-Fiction
New Non-Fiction: Up For Sale is about human trafficking and modern slavery. Taking Flight is an uplifting autobiography of Michaela De Prince. You can read about her journey from being an orphan in a war torn country to a becoming a ballerina.
We have added the latest volume of Naruto and replaced volumes 29-31 with new copies.
You can find the latest YA Fiction on this table by the SciFi/Fantasy shelf.
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You can choose your favorite book, audiobook or graphic novel for the day.
Stop by the library to pick a book from the “Chilling Tales” display.
Mr. Bones has also suggested some of his favorite titles.
Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love watching scary movies and reading scary stories. I hope you enjoy!
October 12 to 18 is Teen Read Week! There are great events scheduled this week. I hope to see you there.
October 13 @ 4:30 PM – Teen Advisory Board Meeting
October 15 @ 6 PM – View Who (Watch & Discusses episodes of featuring a Time Lord)
October 16 @ 4 PM – Chess Club (Bring your set)
October 17 @4:30 PM – D.I.Y. Costumes (Bring a T-shirt to transform)
October 18 @ 1 PM – Write Away: Teen Writing Group