As you probably already know, February is Black History Month. Check out the display by the Youth Services desk for a variety of great books about Black history! Plus, kids can test their knowledge with weekly quizzes about prominent Black Americans for the chance to win a cool prize. There were lots of great books published in 2015 by that featured… Read more »
Did you know that today is Mickey Mouse’s 87th birthday? Celebrate by reading some Mickey books! No matter how old you are, we have a Mickey book for you. Picture Book: Mickey’s Thanksgiving Beginning Reader: Mickey’s Birthday Graphic Novels for Kids: Mickey Mouse: 300 Mickeys Mickey Mouse and the Orbiting Nightmare Fiction for Kids: Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse Tales How to… Read more »
The Peanuts movie comes out this Friday, November 6, but you don’t have to wait to experience Peanuts awesomeness! We have books and DVDs of older Peanuts favorites to pair with the newest adventure. Find out what we have, check out a favorite or two, and spend some time with Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and all their friends. Get excited for… Read more »
Camp Tween participants created Light Paintings using long exposure setting on digital cameras. Check out some of their awesome creations!
Tweens at last week’s Camp Tween program got to test drive WNPL’s newest tech, a mobile maker lab dedicating to building and creating. Check out what tween Paden created, an awesome car and look for the mobile maker lab in future programs.
Before she became queen of the Nile, a young Cleopatra is a typical girl, sneaking out of royal algebra lessons to hang out with her friends. When she discovers a tablet that transports her to the future, life gets a little more complicated. First she finds out her feline friend Kosey can talk and second that she is prophesied to save the galaxy from… Read more »
National Poetry Month is one of our favorite months at WNPL. Last week during Tween Create Club we made spine label poems from our favorite poetry books and they are pretty awesome. Tween Create Club will be writing poetry again this Thursday, 4:30-5:45pm and there are spots still open.
Do you enjoy good stories? Principals from area schools will read their favorite stories to families. Light refreshments will be served. Register everyone who is attending.
With the freezing winds and flurries of snow, do you feel like you’re inside the movie Frozen? Curl up with a really good book, The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen, to read the story that inspired the movie. The library has several versions of this fairy tale, all with beautiful illustrations.