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Story Time with Annie

How to create a great story time at home or at the library

Welcome back to Annie’s blog! Today’s topic is my favorite part of my in-library job: story times.

A Festival of Ghosts cover : A girl and boy in fall clothing stand in front of a gnarled and leafless tree.

More Children's Scary Stories

For a bone chilling read

Ok, ghost story loving kids. Get ready, because this year I have even more spooky books for you as we head into the long nights and the winds grow chillier.

Book Cover of Club Soccer 101

An Intro To The World of Soccer

For a long time, soccer has been the most popular sport in many places all over the world. Much of South America, Europe, Africa and Asia are crazy for the game. It seems as though the United States was resistant to it for a long time, but it has slowly but surely been gaining momentum here.

Book Cover of Give Us The Ballot

Voting Rights

The right to vote is central to the concept of a democracy, and the near-constant struggle for some citizens to access those rights is one of the most important narratives in our country’s history. These titles may provide a brief (and certainly not comprehensive) introduction to this issue, and will likely increase your interest in this and other related struggles in our nation’s complicated history.

Art of Leaving

Human Nature

Titles that examine challenging lives and stories

These books all explore controversial and emotionally charged themes and experiences. Some stories are personal while others are more socially broad. But each one confronts matters that are often swept under the rug. The Art of Leaving by Ayelet Tsabari

Pride and Prejudice

Modern Takes on Pride and Prejudice

The first sentence of Pride and Prejudice is: “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” The works of Jane Austen are as popular as ever, and in the past few years many new adaptations of Pride and Prejudice have been released.

purple haunted house with bats flying around

A SPOOKtacular October

We are very excited about the upcoming Halloween SPOOKtacular Party taking place on Thursday, Oct. 31 at Capitol View.  Families are invited to join us for a special evening that will surely be a FRIGHTfully fun time. Crafts, games, music, prizes and trick-or-treating surprises will await all who dare to enter.  We hope to see you there!

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