Love it or hate it, it's Valentine's Day! Some of our librarians picked a few titles in our collection about love – romantic and not – and a few with some anti-Valentine's Day sentiments, too.
We're now offering eMagazines through our most popular place for eBooks: the OverDrive and Libby apps.
Take a look at some of our staff picks in honor of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and achievements. We have titles for kids, teens and adults; fiction or nonfiction - there's a book for everyone.
This year’s One Book, One Community titles were chosen because they offer an opportunity for individuals and families to discuss some compelling issues that we’re all facing right now. We hope the themes resonate with you as we all continue to live with a global pandemic and other issues that challenge us to cope with situations outside of our control, manage feelings of isolation and find new ways to connect with our families and communities.
In addition to Room, please take a look at some staff-recommended books with a focus on the theme of resilience.
Let’s kick off 2021 with 21 facts (both big and small) about our Library. We hope you learn something new. And please take advantage of all these fantastic services we offer – they're here for you to use! Be sure to read all the way to the end for a reminder about a best-selling author who will be paying us a virtual visit soon.
There was a solid mix of fiction and nonfiction titles when it comes to the eBooks our patrons read this year. Check out our list of the eBooks with the most checkouts in 2020.
Check out some of this year's most popular children's books from our collection.
Other work by Captain Underpants author Dav Pilkey is at No. 1 and No. 3, while titles about a little piggy from a popular kid's TV show took three spots. If you see something your child might like, place a hold and we'll let you know when it's ready!