New Books!

The library has added some new books to the col­lec­tion. Some may be famil­iar, as they were on some of the cov­ers of BookPage. Come in and check them out!

Making Teas, Tinctures & Oils Presentation

Bevin Cohen of Small House Farm will be vis­it­ing the library on November 4th at 6pm to do a pre­sen­ta­tion. Learn how to cre­ate salves, balms, and tinc­tures using herbs that you can grown in your own back­yard. A great pre­sen­ta­tion for gar­den­ers and herb enthu­si­asts look­ing to take their herbal pas­sion to the next lev­el! Bevin will share his decades of expe­ri­ence as an herbal­ist guid­ing par­tic­i­pants through the many process­es involved in craft­ing a wide range of herbal prod­ucts for health, well­ness and beauty.

Bookshare Reminder

Bookshare Break is hap­pen­ing today at 4:15pm in the library. If you want to share some reads, or want to be inspired by what oth­er peo­ple are read­ing, you should come and join us!

Banned Book Identities

Thank you every­one that par­tic­i­pat­ed in the Banned Book Guessing Game. We have iden­ti­fied the Banned Books:

Inmate #021263: A pic­ture book, writ­ten by Dr. Seuss, chal­lenged for pro­mot­ing vio­lence against fathers.

Answer: Hop on Pop

Inmate #030305:  Written for young adults, win­ner of the American Library Association’s Michael L. Printz Award, has the name of a state in its title, this book was the author’s first nov­el, banned for inap­pro­pri­ate lan­guage, chal­lenged for sex­u­al content.

Answer: Looking for Alaska

Inmate #100500: A graph­ic nov­el, orig­i­nal­ly writ­ten in French, a mem­oir, banned in Iran for crit­i­ciz­ing the Iranian gov­ern­ment, banned in US schools and libraries for graph­ic illus­tra­tions and language.

Answer: Persepolis

Inmate #040574:  A hor­ror book, became a film, takes place in high school, the title is the main char­ac­ter’s name, banned for vio­lence, curs­ing, under-aged sex, and neg­a­tive view of religion

Answer: Carrie

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