Letters to Santa

Beginning Nov 6 – Dec 16 bring the kids to the library so they can write and send their letters to Santa Claus and receive their very own letter back. The letter writing station will be located near the children’s reading area and will include paper, pencils and crayons along with stamps, envelopes and Santa’s private mailbox where they can mail their letters to the North Pole. The last day to write letters to Santa will be Dec 16th, so that Santa has time to check the naughty and nice list

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Hella’s Book Review

This month Hella reviews the book The Orphans Tale by Pam Jenoff

Author Pam Jenoff has written a wonderful fictional story inspired by true historical facts about a traveling circus in Europe during World War II. It is a story about friendship, survival, bravery, secrets and sacrifices that the characters in the story endured during the time of the Holocaust, and is told in alternating chapters by two circus performers, Astrid and Noa Read the full review

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Fireside Chat Book Discussion

Join us for our next book discussion group on Thurs Oct 26 at 6:30 pm. We will be discussing the book The Hours Count by Jillian Canton. Books are available at the library for check out.

A spellbinding historical novel about a woman who befriends Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, and is drawn into their world of intrigue, from the author of Margot. On June 19, 1953, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were executed for conspiring to commit espionage. The day Ethel was first arrested in 1950, she left her two young sons with a neighbor, and she never came home to them again………Read more.