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  • Wood Block Z
    Posted on: Wednesday, January 04, 2017

    Our literacy guy, Josh, welcomes in the new year. No, really, it's a totally new year - Year Z!

  • stack of books
    Posted on: Thursday, December 29, 2016

    Who doesn't love a Top 10 list at year's end? Here are the Top 10 print and digital titles you checked out this year, the Top 10 songs you downloaded using Freegal, and the Top 10 magazines you read using Zinio.

  • Holiday stress
    Posted on: Friday, December 09, 2016

    Schedules get crazy this time of year. Between all the holiday parties, the shopping, the Christmas specials on TV… who has time to read? Well, have no fear loyal Buzzreads fans! I have your solution. Short stories! What better way to get in the holiday spirit than to read some festive short stories!

    Check out my holiday picks below…

     

     

  • Child in snow
    Posted on: Monday, November 28, 2016

    Cold nose. Warm heart. Early childhood librarian Josh loves winter and loves the joy it brings children even more. Take a look at his suggestions for sharing winter together.

  • Family playing in autumn leaves
    Posted on: Tuesday, November 01, 2016

    This holiday, early childhood expert Josh hopes you find time to appreciate the good things in life - including reading with your kids!

  • robots
    Posted on: Monday, October 03, 2016

    *BeEp*BoP*BoOP*! The robots are coming! Children's librarian Josh has a great selection of books to share with your budding scientist.

  • Woman reading book
    Posted on: Friday, May 06, 2016

    Adulting is exhausting. Between work, kids, and everything else that comes with being an adult, when Librarian Sarah actually carves out enough time to delve into a book, she wants that book to be as far from her reality as possible. She's got a list of titles that have helped her do just that.

  • Girl at sunset
    Posted on: Monday, April 04, 2016

    It’s often very difficult to help a child cope with loss; sometimes we don’t know how to process the grief ourselves. Dealing with difficult subjects vicariously through the characters in stories can sometimes help us find the words to discuss what’s happened with our little ones. Sometimes there are no words. Sometimes there are just tears. And that’s okay too. Children's Librarian Josh has carefully selected a handful of books to help your family through the toughest times.

     

  • Red and blue wall
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 30, 2016

    How can the lyrics from a song change your life? Circ clerk Reagan received inspiration from a Bikini Kill song and set out on a journey of self-discovery. Found out how books can lead to self-discovery and lifelong happiness through her thought-provoking suggestions.

  • Battling Books
    Posted on: Sunday, March 13, 2016

    It's NCAA Tournament time - March Madness®! Since we are a library system and playing basketball is frowned upon in the stacks, Librarian Kim brings you BOOK MADNESS, there is no running or dribbling required! BOOK MADNESS is a tournament of books in which sixteen pre-chosen Young Adult, JFiction, Tween, Reader and Easy books are pitted against one another to find out which book is the most popular. You can vote online or you can tweet out the title of the book you’re voting for along with the hashtag #mlsbookmadness.

     

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