A New Addition to Grab and Go:
Schedule with myLIBRO

The app is available to download via the App Store and Google Play

Log in with your full library barcode and enter your library account password in the "PIN" field.

You can browse the Library's collection via the app and place items on hold.

When your items are ready you can schedule your pick up time with the app.

Watch some video tutorials online to learn more.
Friday, July 10, 10:00 a.m.
(Weather Permitting)

Our Prom Shop was canceled this past March but we want these beautiful dresses to find homes. We will have the dresses outside on the lawn for you to take (no trying on).
Please practice social distancing.
More info on our website.
Paper Bag Family

We have missed seeing your Makerspace masterpieces. Now you can bring the fun home with our Take & Make Craft Kits. Request the number of kits you'll need  online  (sign up by the day you will pick them up) and bring the materials home to craft alongside Miss Patty's  YouTube tutorial .
by Jennifer Weiner

Submitted by Cabrina L.
What a fun read!

Daphne has had weight issues her whole life but becomes a plus-size influencer and has built a life for herself that she loves.
Her former BFF, Drue, unexpectedly walks back into Daphne's life with an invitation to be the Maid of Honor at Drue's high society wedding.

This book had death, love, and way more than what I expected.
by Celeste Headlee

Submitted by Kelly K.
It might sound counter-intuitive to read this book during a pandemic, but a lot of us have been working harder than ever while dealing with the unknowns and stresses of COVID-19, our personal situations, and the social unrest our nation is experiencing as well. What a perfect time to read this and reflect, to regroup and rethink what we are contributing to the world and explore the paths to a better way.
by Kimberly McCreight

Submitted by Terry W.
What do you do when you get a call from an inmate at Rikers? What if it's from an old friend asking for help? Lizzie, an attorney at an elite law firm, takes the call against her better judgment. No good deed goes unpunished, as the saying goes.
Lizzie, fighting the cracks in her own marriage, is drawn into the darkness of the elite and learns that nothing is what it seems.
A satisfying, multi-layered who-dunnit for readers of Riley Sager.
by Elizabeth Acevedo

Submitted by Emily D.
Camino lives in the Dominican Republic with her aunt and her father visits her for the summers when he can get away from his job.
Yahaira lives in New York with her parents but keeps more to herself after uncovering her father's secret.

When a plane goes down from New York to the Dominican Republic both Camino and Yahaira's lives change forever.
by Rich Lo

Submitted by Kelly M.
Did you know that the best time to start teaching a child another language is in their first year?

This book has simple text that you can learn together!
by Andrew Cangelose

Submitted by Kelly F.
A squirrel named Taco upends every natural, scientific fact about squirrels. Squirrels love to eat acorns (Nope.). Squirrels can glide through the air (You’ve got the wrong squirrel!). Hawks are the natural predators of squirrels (Yikes!). Read this hilarious, action packed book to see what this squirrel really likes and what he can do with his imagination.
by Kacen Callender

Submitted by Stefanie M.
Because she was born during a hurricane, Caroline Murphy believes she has been cursed with bad luck. Everything around her seems to confirm this: her mom left abruptly, her classmates and teacher bully her for her dark skin, and she seems to be followed around by a mysterious spirit. Things begin to change when she befriends a new student named Kalinda, but she also must grapple with her budding feelings for this person in a world that describes them as sinful. Infused with magical realism, this book is a vibrant and poetic masterpiece.
Recommended for grades 4+
by Lois Lowry

Submitted by Patty G.
Written in verse, this novel commemorates the lives lost at Pearl Harbor and in Hiroshima during World War II.

Lois uses research and her own memories as a child growing up in Hawaii and Japan to create this slim masterpiece.
Keep Calm and Read On
June 1 - August 1

Less than a month left and we are doing great! Keep up all of this fantastic reading!
Keep Summer Reading with us through August 1st!

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