Warning: If you do not appreciate potty talk, go ahead and skip today’s post. If you are among the number who celebrated World Toilet Day on November 19th, read on.
Lovers of history and low tech self-publishing rejoice! The Washington State Library has the contest for you. They are hosting the 2nd Annual Historical Zine Contest along with their co-sponsors Washington State Archives and the Timberland Regional Library. To enter you simply create a zine about some aspect of Washington State History.
Today's blog post is brought to you by special guest blogger Lia Johansen, BiblioTEC Intern at the Bainbridge Island Library.
Summer is the perfect time for kids to play with LEGOS. Not only are LEGOS fun to play with, they also strengthen creative and problem solving skills. Kids can build fancy dream castles to fast sports cars; there are endless numbers of LEGO creations.
Summer vacation is drawing near and many families are planning and preparing for road trips. Whether you are ranging near or far this vacation season, here are a few books stock the car. No matter where you are headed, the library is also well-stocked with travel guides to the United States and beyond.
“Play- especially active physical play, like roughhousing- makes kids smart, emotionally intelligent, loveable and likeable, ethical, physically fit, and joyful” is the bold assertion made by Anthony T. DeBenedet, M.D and Lawrence J. Cohen, Ph.D. in their book The Art of Roughhousing: Good Old-Fashioned Horseplay and Why Every Kid Needs It.
If you are looking to mix it up and rub shoulders with local literary luminaries, this weekend has an excellent opportunity just a ferry ride away. Seattle Public Library is hosting the Washington State Book Awards ceremony Saturday, October 10th at 7p.m.