Read On! To reread or not to reread

Do you reread books? I find that when my life gets hectic or my stress levels creep higher and higher, I’m more likely to grab an old favorite than delve into a new world. For me, there’s comfort in reading or listening to a book again. I already know how the book makes me feel, […]

Read On! NaNoWriMo

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is upon us! NaNoWriMo (pronounced “nah-no-wry-mow”) happens every November and is a time when participants attempt to write a novel (or 50,000 words) between November 1st and 30th.  If you’ve ever thought, “I could/should write a book,” now’s your chance! We have an entire month focused on just that. With […]

Read On! Finding good books for kids

Recently, I had a great conversation with another mom at the library about what books our kids like to read, what restrictions we place on their reading choices, and how we help them find books that make everyone happy. The other mom and I don’t have the same guidelines for our kids’ reading choices, but […]

Read On! Staff training

Your Library staff just completed our second annual Staff Training Day. Each year, we take a day when we would normally be closed to the public to gather as a staff to learn, bond, and eat.  Last year, learned about our online resources, played a modified version of “The Floor Is Lava,” and spent time […]