The theme of this year's Adult Summer Reading is "Groundbreaking Reads," and the women in Tracy Chevalier's 2010 novel, Remarkable Creatures, break ground both literally, as fossil hunters, and figuratively, as women embarking on a profession dominated by men.
Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer by Van Jensen leaves off where the traditional fairy tale ends with father and son living happily after. Things take a turn for the worse and Pinocchio becomes a vampire slayer.
All teens age 13-19 are invited to play board games after school on Thursday, May 23 at 4 p.m.Getting together gives you the chance to have fun and meet new people.The event is free and we offer light refreshments. Meet in the YA area on the 2nd floor.
The Georgetown Library Children’s Poetry Contest was full of thoughtful poems this year. It was a tough choice, but the judges managed to select first and second place poems. We’ve included the winning poems below for your reading pleasure, and a photograph of our winning poet, Lucy Kerr.
What better way to appreciate jazz than to hear it?Throughout the day, we play jazz in the Children's Room. Baby Time and Music Time feature jazz, as well. Join us as we to try to keep up with Miss Ella's (Fitzgerald of course) "Old Mac Donald Had A Farm."