In honor of Halloween, here are two fascinating posters to take a closer look at: The Scariest Urban Legends in Each State: Obscure and Terrifying Creatures and Ghost Stories from the United States, AND Monsters in America: a Cryptozoological Map of the United States. I had a blast looking them up online! So interesting - Pukwudgies! - and so sad - ghost elephants :( Take a look! If it is too blurry you can find the direct link here.
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Happy US Media Literacy Week! Wondering what this week is all about? It's a week that is celebrated in both the United States and Canada - this is it's 6th year! - and focuses on the importance of media literacy. Are you media literate? If so, you know how to identify the different types of media and the messages they are sending. Interested in learning more? Click here to learn about the Media Monsters: Headline Hellions, Gullible Giants, Scary Share-y's, and Gobblin' Goblins.
Let's make...Calaveras! Aka sugar skulls! The "Make:Kids" Youtube Channel will be livestreaming a program from 7:00pm - 8:00pm tonight that will cover the history of Calaveras and the Day of the Dead, as well as how to make your own and decorate them. They will also be making a light-up sugar skull card! If you miss it, just check out the channel tomorrow, it is full of great things to Make. Click here for more information.
Calling all Graphic Novel lovers! New selections have arrived in the library. Use our Book Request Form to request one that looks good to you :)
Check out this video to find out about our new nonfiction books and quick reads. Use our Book Request Form to ask for if you see one that looks good. Enjoy!