The Youth Services Department's Collectors' Corner has reopened. Come in and see what collections are on display. Children age 14 and under can sign up at the Youth Services Desk to show their collections too, but be warned, the list is very long (over 10 months).
Reading Level: Ages 3 - 5
Library Lady's dog here. I saw this alphabet book today and it kept me on the edge of my dog bed! The poor little puppy in the book really wants some apple pie, but his mean human won't let him have any! He even gets scolded when he tries to have a lick of it, like that is something wrong to do. Luckily there is a happy ending.
Reading Level: Ages 4 - 10
In 2007 Michael Vick's horrific dog fighting kennel was discovered and broken up. The dogs were all taken as "evidence" and held for six months when they were released for rehab and rehoming. This inspiring book follows the story of #86 from his rescue, through his rehab by BAD RAP, to his current life.
Reading Level: Grades 7 - 9
In this sequel to Numbers Adam has inherited his mother's ability to see people's death dates when he looks in their eyes. To make matters worse, when he and his grandmother move to London he discovers that most people he meets have the same date, 01/01/2027, and the girl he likes has been having nightmares about him, her baby and fire for months.
Reading Level: Ages 3 - 8
Bud the dog has a good life. He has his things and his routine and he likes it that way. Then Zorro comes along. Zorro is bossy and doesn't share (but Bud can be grumpy and selfish too). Can these two dogs find ANYTHING they have in common and become friends?
The Youth Services Department is pleased to announce the arrival of their new staff members, Arthur Pengerbil, Merlin Ambrogerbil, and Lancelot du Gerbil. Arthur is a standard brown gerbil, Merlin is a black tuxedo gerbil, and Lancelot is a Siamese gerbil. Come by and see them, or if you can't wait for your next library trip, you can watch their first YouTube video.