Staff Picks

Reader's Theatre

Featuring "Mr. Large in Charge"

Calling all readers!

Reader's Theatre

Featuring "The Princess and the Pea"

Calling all readers!

Friday Five (and a Half)

Meta-Blogging About Meta-Fiction

David stared at the screen, fingers hovering over the keyboard. It was his turn to write for the weekly library blog, and he didn't know what to write. He had signed up to write about sustainability, but quite frankly, he had that covered in the LibGuide he was writing.

Emily Gravett

Spotlight on Author/Illustrator

Emily Gravett rocks!

The Interrupted Tale by: Maryrose Wood

The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, #4

Librarians are constantly asked by parents for a series for their child who is an advanced reader. But they don't want content that is too advanced for a younger child.

The Inside Scoop: Talking with David Baldacci

His Newest Title "The Finisher" is Available Now at the Library

Reader's Theatre

Featuring "Morris the Moose"

Calling all readers!

Your Friday Five

Five Databases That Keep Learning Fun!

Welcome to the new Northeast Library blog series, called Your Friday Five!Each week, the Children's and Teen staff will

Memorial Day, Hooray!

Seven seasonal stories to share with your child

We will celebrate Memorial Day 2014 with stories, songs, and a patriotic craft on Sunday May 25 at 2 p.m.This is our weekly Family Funday Sunday program.To learn more more about this special holiday, here are seven Memorial Day books to share with your child.

Interior Decorating Top Picks

Traditional. Creative. Contemporary.

If you're like me, you often find yourself staring at areas of your home and plotting your next project. You have an idea of how you'd like something to look, but you cant quite materialize the thought. Luckily, your local library has thousands of interior decorating books. Below, I've compiled a few of my top picks. The design philosophies will be: Traditional, Creative and Contemporary. I'd love to include Shabby Chic and 60's Retro, but they seem to have run their course. 

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