Black History Month 2021

While February is Black History Month, it is important to reflect on the stories and impact of Black history throughout the year. The Library partnered with members of the community to provide videos, events, and book lists to inspire the … Continued →


Black History Month | Book List for Kids 2021

  This is an #OwnVoices list for Black History Month featuring stories of historical fiction, fiction, biography, and more about prominent people, movements, and eras outlined in Black history. We hope these books inspire learning and reflection. Picture Books Henry’s Freedom Box by … Continued →


Winter & Holiday Picture Books 2020

  Find a variety of children’s books to share celebrations of winter and a variety of winter holidays. Pick these up via curbside pickup! Tree of Cranes by Allen Say Book Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa Story by Angela … Continued →


Student Newsletter | December

  LinksKids Virtual Show and Tell Game Nights on Discord Make a Ramen Grilled Cheese CultureGrams Books “Over and Under the Snow” “I Can Make This Promise” “New Kid” “We Are Okay”    


Spooky Season Recommendation Roundup!

We are all looking for the most fun ways to celebrate Halloween safely. Here’s a roundup of recommended ideas and links from public health experts: Decorate both the inside and outside your house, apartment, or living space and share photos … Continued →


Indigenous Literature Booklist

This list, written with #OwnVoices, includes stories of everyday life, of special occasions, and of boarding schools and their long-lasting effects, all representing a variety of experiences of Indigenous people and tribal nations. PICTURE BOOKS Nipêhon = I Wait by Caitlin Dale … Continued →


Hispanic Heritage Month | Book List for Kids

  Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, Youth Services librarians put together this book list to highlight works from Latinx and Hispanic authors and illustrators. The following books are considered #OwnVoices, a term used to describe books where the author writes from their own experiences and perspectives to create characters that share their marginalized identity.  … Continued →


Fairytale Extravaganza Booklist

Classics The Three Bears by Byron Barton Goldilocks and the Three Bears by James Marshall Hansel and Gretel by Rika Lesser and Paul O. Zelinsky Little Red Riding Hood by Trina Schart Hyman Little Red Riding Hood by Jerry Pinkney … Continued →