Read On! Check your Library account online

When we upgraded our library software in December, our online library catalog gained some neat features. There’s too much for one column, so I’ll focus on the “My Account” features. When you sign in to your account using your library card number and your last name, you can access the “My Account” area. The default […]

Read On! Fitness & Food

This year is going so quickly! Here we are in May. If you’re like many, May means the sudden realization that summer is coming. And summer coming means reevaluating that hastily made New Year’s resolution. You know the one. How’s it going? Yep. Me too. If you want to reinvigorate a long-term goal of getting […]

Read On! Children’s Book Week

Happy Children’s Book Week! This surprisingly little-known literacy initiative is celebrating its 99th year this week. Children’s Book Week is grounded in the idea that “children’s books and literacy are life-changers” and encourages us to spread the joy of reading to young people. In 1919 when Children’s Book Week started, we didn’t have the studies, […]

The Reader by Traci Chee

  “The Reader” by Traci Chee is set in an illiterate world full of islands and dangerous seas. Told through intertwining narratives, THIS story centers around Sefia, a young woman running with her aunt Nin from an unknown and terrifying assassin. This assassin is responsible for the brutal killing of Sefia’s father. Among her limited […]