Staff Pick Round-Up, 3!

Hello, readers! It has been a while since we did a staff pick round-up; if you missed the first or second, be sure to take a look at them. It is always fun to see what others are reading! Now let’s see what your library staff have been perusing in their spare time: Romona enjoyed … Continue reading Staff Pick Round-Up, 3!

Titanic

 Hello, readers! This year, April 15th marks the 110th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. It is hard to believe it has been that long since the largest ship of its day struck an iceberg on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic and sank, taking with her over 1500 lives.  The story of that … Continue reading Titanic

New Year, Old Books

Hello, readers! Happy New Year, and welcome to 2022. How are you at making New Year’s resolutions? Perhaps the better question is how are you at keeping New Year’s resolutions? There seems to be only one resolution I am sure to keep: this year, I will read more books! Actually, I have to confess, reading more … Continue reading New Year, Old Books

It’s Tea Time!

Hello, readers! C.S. Lewis once said, “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” I admit I am in complete agreement with him! One of my favorite pastimes - actually more of a daily necessity - is to have a steaming cup of tea while … Continue reading It’s Tea Time!

Staff Pick Round-Up, 2!

Hello Readers! We are back with another round of Virtual Staff Picks. (If you missed the first round, check it out here). Read on to let our staff help you discover your next favorite thing! Savannah: "I just finished How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi.  We had a bookclub for SCC employees.  … Continue reading Staff Pick Round-Up, 2!

Book Publishing in 2020

Hello, everyone! McKenna from the Macon County Public Library here, to talk to you all about a subject that may concern you, as a reader, greatly. Today I want to tell you all about the 2020 publishing industry. Now, as some of you have probably noticed, just because the world seems to be closing off … Continue reading Book Publishing in 2020

Staff Pick Round-Up!

Hello Readers. Perhaps it's been a while since you’ve physically set foot in our libraries, so today, we are bringing the staff picks to you! Many of us have had a little extra time to read this year, and you may have even burned through your bookshelf. If you are not sure what to read … Continue reading Staff Pick Round-Up!

National Picture Book Month

November is National Picture Book Month! What a great excuse to talk about picture books. I freely confess, I'm a picture book fanatic. When we get shipments of new books at the library, the picture books are usually the ones I'm most excited about. Picture books offer so much, in both words and pictures. They … Continue reading National Picture Book Month

Banned Books Week!

Hello everyone! Julia from Jackson County Public Library here, to talk to you all about Banned Books Week, happening September 27th through October 3rd! Before we get into the nitty gritty of celebrating this week of censor-free festivities, lets first cover our bases. What exactly is a banned book? Why do we have this week … Continue reading Banned Books Week!

Celebrating Stanzas- National Poetry Month

Hello Fontana Regional Library patrons, Julia from JCPL here! Happy April! As some of you might know, April is National Poetry Month, a month long celebration of the prose that feeds your soul. Poetry is one of my absolute favorite genres to read, though for a long time I was scared of the genre on … Continue reading Celebrating Stanzas- National Poetry Month