Staff Picks

Read to Your Baby

Think your baby is too young to be introduced to reading?Not at all!Reading to your baby helps your baby become familiar with books and sets the stage for your baby to learn how to read. Children who are read to when they are very young are more ready to learn to read when they start school. When you are reading to your baby, it is more important to focus on the sound of words, rather than the meaning of the words.Select books with rhymes, songs, and interesting sounds. Books with animal sounds are always fun. You can make the animal sounds together.

Spotlight on New Teen Reads

'Let's Get Lost' by Adi Alsaid

Adi Alsaid’s debut,

Friday Five

Artist Biographies

Welcome to Northeast Library's blog series, Your Friday Five!Each week, the children's and teen staff will round up five of their favorite resources and reads around a certain topic. This Friday, we are highlighting great artist biographies.A few weeks ago, during our Wacky Wednesdays program, we played a handful of fun art-based games such as Art iSpy and Roll a Dice Picasscohead. I noticed that in the biography section (Juv 92) we've got a healthy handful of great picturebooks about famous artists. Here are a few of my top choices:

Friday Five

Teen and Children Audiobooks

Welcome to the Northeast Library blog series, Your Friday Five! Each week, the children's and teen staff will round up five of their favorite resources and reads around a certain topic. This Friday, we are highlighting great audiobooks for kids and teens available for download.

Talk Like a Pirate Day

Friday, Sept. 19

Join us for a special Friday Film on Friday, Sept. 19 at 4 p.m. in honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day!

'Blood Royal' by Eric Jager

Murder in Medieval Paris

In early November 1407, Parisians awoke to shocking news. The King's brother had been murdered! Who did it?

Cupcake Party!

Join us for a special Family Funday Sunday program where we will put our craft skills to the taste test.

Autumn is Here

The weather has been so hot and muggy lately; who doesn't wish for cooler temperatures?

Black-out Poetry Night

Wield Your Pen for Good!

Come re-purpose old magazines and newspapers to create poetry and art. We'll be discussing issues of censorship for Banned Books Week, so here's a chance to wield your pens and markers for good and create something refreshing! Pieces will be used in a display on the second floor.

Reader's Theatre

Featuring "Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match: Marisol McDonald No Combina"

Calling all readers!

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