It’s beginning to look a lot like Spring! While we still may get a blast of winter, the
longer days and the warmer temperatures are giving us hope that spring is
around the corner. Are you dreaming of
all that fresh produce and beautiful flowers?
Come to the library and pick up a seed catalog and start planning! If you want to stay in the doldrums of
winter, come check out several of our new books and enjoy a good read while you
patiently wait for changing of the seasons.
Roar…Goes the Dinosaur Storytime will be March 7th
at 9:00am. Bring the youngster in your
life for a roaring good time as we read dinosaur books, stomp like a dinosaur,
and go on a hunt for elusive dinosaur eggs.
While geared for children toddler through 2nd grade, everyone
Stop in and take a look at all the neat builds our Lego Club
patrons have made! From planets to
monsters their imaginations are huge and their creativity will make you
smile. Lego Club for 2nd
through 6th graders will be Thursdays, March 12th and 26th.
With the weather changing, now is the perfect time to bring
your infant through preschooler to Listen and Play! We read a few books then give the kids an
opportunity to play and look at more books.
It’s a great time to meet and talk to other caregivers. Listen and Play will be Wednesdays, March 5th
Authenticity Project – Clare
Big Lies in a Small Town – Diane
Cleaning the Gold – Lee Child
Crooked River – Preston and Child
Dear Edward – Ann Napolitano
Golden in Death – J.D. Robb
The Holdout – Graham Moore
The Look-Alike – Erica Spindler
Lost (Book and Audio) – James
Museum of Desire – Jonathan
Perfect Little Children – Sophie
Secret Guests – Benjamin Black
The Spirit of Nebraska – Debra
The Third to Die – Allison
You are not Alone – Hendricks
Happy Birthday! – Geronimo
Mac Cracks the Code – Mac Barnett
Almost Time – Gary Schmidt
No More Naps – Chris Grabenstein
A Beautiful Day in the