Read On! The Movie Was Better

When comparing a book to the movie (or TV series) based on it, I strongly prefer the book about 98% of the time. The book is often richer, more immersive, and more satisfying than the visual interpretation could ever be. That is, except for that 2%. In those cases, the movie surpasses it’s written counterpart […]

Read On! Thankfulness Season

It’s the Thankfulness Season! I am thankful for so many things – the things I have and the opportunities I have been given – but mostly, I’m thankful for the people who make all of that meaningful. My Library Life thankfulness list goes like this: I’m thankful for the Library’s staff. They are a group […]

Read On! Tumblebook Library

Having a sick kid, especially in the time of COVID, is stressful for everyone. From figuring out what’s wrong and how to treat it to keeping your child comfortable and entertained, it’s a big job for any caregiver. The Library has a few things that might help keep your kids entertained. First, is the physical […]

Read On! NaNoWriMo Reads

It’s officially National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)! If you’ve ever thought “I should write a book” now is a good time to get started. If you’re online, you can connect with tons of people who are working toward the same goal: writing 50,000 words during the month of November. Head to NaNoWriMo.org to register and […]