Snow is Falling, Books are Calling
January 18th - February 28th

Get cozy, get snuggly, get a good book.
Our Winter Reading Program is easy: read with us for 90 minutes every week to receive prizes in your mailbox!

Sign up online or call the Library to pre-register.
January 20th
Grades 6th-12th

Register to pick up art supplies, then log in and watch the how-to video to create your own masterpiece.
by Marie Benedict
January 20, 7:00 p.m.

Join us as we discuss The Only Woman in the Room.
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by Heather Lende
January 25, 7:00 p.m.

Join us as we discuss Of Bears and Ballots along with the author.
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by Yehuda Devir & Maya Devir

Submitted by Molly J.
I am a huge fan of the One of Those Days webcomic that is all over Instagram and was thrilled to find out that they had made their webcomics into a book. Yehuda and Maya Devir chronicle their marriage, daily life, and parenthood in these hilarious and gorgeously illustrated short comics.
This book definitely has some more adult humor to it but is so relatable and funny.
by Clive D.L. Wynne

Submitted by Lynn M.
In recent years scientists have turned their attention to the genetic changes that occurred as wolves became dogs. Wynne focuses specifically on the development of dogs’ relational needs and their ability to form cross-species bonds (not only with humans). He challenges us to consider the way these amazing animals are treated in our society and to ask whether we’re meeting the needs we helped to create in them.
by Sherri Duskey Rinker

Submitted by Katie S.
Have you ever heard of a squirrel that is obsessed with race cars? Well Revver is! After 50 days, it’s time for Revver and his siblings to leave the nest and live on their own. For Revver this means only one place will do. Join Revver in his race track adventures as he learns to follow his heart and do what he loves.
by Addie Boswell

Submitted by Patty G.
The beauty of newly fallen snow only lasts for a short while for Sofia.  The silence is broken from the other neighborhood kids, but she is determined not to let them interfere with her snow dance day.
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