March 21st - 27th

Spark the firefly wants to plant a garden, but doesn't know how to get her seeds to grow. With the help of her friends in the forest, Spark learns the parts of the plants, what they need to grow and the importance of patience.
Audiences will explore these concepts through music, poetry, and interactive movement.
CHILDREN'S LIBRARY PROGRAMS
March 22nd, 9:00 a.m.

Learn how to make homemade, no bake treats for man's best friend.
Please register so we can email you the recipe.
March 22nd, 4:00 p.m.
Ages 5-12

Begin by drawing your hero, then decide who, where, and what happens next!
March 22nd - March 28th
Ages 2-5

This special Storytime Kit is filled to the brim with exciting activities, songs, and fingerplays. 
Drop in any time during Spring Break to pick-up your Kit. Supplies are limited.  
Virtual Escape Room
March 24th
3rd-5th Grade

Work with a small group over zoom to help solve a Breakout EDU digital escape room. Will your team be able to spot all the clues that spring is near?
ADULT LIBRARY PROGRAMS
March 20th, 2:00 p.m.

Each month, professor Gary Midkiff leads a non-partisan conversation about the most important foreign policy issues facing Americans today. Please contact Brian at bbuckley@wauclib.org

March Discussion
Chapter 2 The Future of Persian Gulf Security
Educated by Tara Westover
March 22nd, 7:00 p.m.

Join us on Zoom to discuss this month's selection, Educated by Tara Westover. Books are available at the library and in eBook format from Libby using your Wauconda Area Library card. 
Essential Oils for Spring
March 23rd, 7:00 p.m.

Join Clinical Aromatherapist Dawn Duffy to explore how you can use the plant juice of essential oils to put a Spring in your step!
Register to receive the meeting link.
LIBRARY UPDATES
READING RECOMMENDATIONS
by Marie Benedict

Submitted by Kelly K.
In the middle of a miserable situation fraught with scandal due to her husband’s affair, mystery writer Agatha Christie actually disappeared for 11 days in 1926. Marie Benedict creates a compelling explanation and clever details behind this famous disappearance. 
Agatha fans and anyone who enjoys stories of women who are able to outwit a villain will love this book.
by Six Sisters' Stuff

Submitted by Lauri C.
Our family recently enjoyed checking out and making recipes from "Copycat Cooking." Many of the ingredients needed for the recipes are things you will have in your pantry, the recipes are easy to follow, and we liked that there is a color picture of every recipe. One of our favorite treats was Universal Studios Butterbeer! Pick out your favorite recipes and have some fun making popular restaurant meals and snacks at home!
by Tae Keller

Submitted by Stefanie M.
When You Trap a Tiger is a whimsical and magical adventure. Lily feels nothing like a hero, quite the opposite in fact. Her sister calls her a QAG, quiet Asian girl, and she often feels invisible. That is, until she sees a giant tiger in the road, speaking just to her, as her family travels to move in with their sick halmoni. This tiger is reminiscent of Halmoni’s old Korean folktales, and the tiger is offering her a deal--to restore Halmoni’s health in exchange for something that Halmoni supposedly stole from the tiger.
Will Lily have the courage to face the tiger and complete the challenge in order to nurse Halmoni back to health?
This is a lovely and heartwarming story, with touches of magical realism, all about navigating change and facing the things that scare you the most. Recommended for Grades 4+
(Newbery Medal Winnter)
by Meena Harris

Submitted by Katie S.
Empower the girls in your life with this positive and motivating message of ambition. The author said it perfectly, “In writing this book, my greatest hope is that girls dare to define their own unique purpose in the world, and they grow into strong, ambitious women.” Adding to this message is the inclusive illustrations where all girls will see themselves represented.
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