Happy Halloween from your Library!

Preschool Halloween Party
Thursday, October 31st

Come in costume and get ready to sing and dance with musician Mary Macaroni in this interactive concert for children. Join our parade and receive a take-home surprise!
( Preschoolers and their caregivers)

Book Buddies
October 30th, 4:30 p.m.

Kids - looking for a new way to practice reading skills?
Teens – looking to earn volunteer hours and become a mentor?

We will match you up with each other to build reading skills and confidence. Enjoy great books, a relaxed reading time and making a new friend.

Popeye and Sailor
Monday, November 4th

Enjoy a performance featuring Popeye and his wonder dog Sailor. You’ll love their tricks – they’re dog-gone amazing!
(All Ages)

All The Books
October 30th, 7:00 p.m.

Enjoy lively conversation highlighting all things new and exciting in books. Discover what your favorite library staff is reading as well as fellow library patrons. A one-of-a-kind "unbook” club! Everyone goes home with a free book, and who can say no to that?

Beyond Fiction
Monday, November 4th, 7 p.m.
The Last Castle
- Denise Kiernan

Clue: Mystery Book Club
Friday, November 8th, 10 a.m.
Homicide for the Holidays  
- Cheryl Honingford

Books are available for check out at the Adult Help Desk.
Car Apps
November 4th, 7:00 p.m.

Consumer Reports, Carvana, and Kelly Blue Book can aid
you in the car buying/leasing process. Chilton Library has hundreds of online auto repair guides. Learn about the many resources available through the library for all things automobile.


Daylight Savings Ends
November 3rd, 2019

Don't forget to set your clocks back!
by Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks

Submitted by Emily D.
This book is the perfect Fall book and will definitely be one I add to my reading list this time every year. Seasonal best friends Deja and Josiah are finishing their final day of work ever at the pumpkin patch they both love dearly. The book follows them around the park as they have one last adventure. Filled with laughs, sighs, and so many fantastic fall food suggestions, this book will make you want to put on a cozy sweater and sip some warm apple cider.
(New Young Adult Graphic Novel)

Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language
by Gretchen McCulloch

Submitted by Molly J.
The Internet has influenced our language in more ways than one would expect. This book analyzes the changes in the English language from the days of online chatrooms to Snapchat. Minutia such as capitalization and punctuation can mean wildly different things in "internet speak." If you have any interest in internet culture or linguistics, Because Internet is both entertaining and informative.
(New Non-Fiction)

Window on the Bay
by Debbie Macomber

Submitted by Kelly K.
Best friends Jenna and Maureen are ready to embark on the trip to Paris that they had imagined and planned as young students, except now both are divorced with college-aged and married children. Things disrupt their plans once again as both of them start relationships and try to navigate the challenges that life presents to them. A good story with a happy ending – you will care about these women and enjoy their journey as they finally find time for themselves
(New Fiction)

The Tenderness of Stones
by Marion Fayolle

Submitted by Erik S.
This graphic novel’s cover art and enigmatic title drew me in, and I read it not knowing what to expect. What I got was a daughter’s memoir of her aging father’s illness, transformed into a surreal parable of loss and mourning. I enjoyed the subdued (though memorable) illustration style, and although the symbolism is perhaps a bit “on the nose” (a pun readers of the book will understand), it worked well for what the book was trying to accomplish.
(New Adult Graphic Novel)