As we head out of October, you may notice the darkness encroaching earlier and the misty weather becoming more frequent. This is my favorite season and it reflects the kind of dark stories that are on my list for fall. Grab your hot cocoa and a cozy blanket and settle in for some creepy stories with female protagonists.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated their guidelines regarding screen time for youth of all ages. The old guidelines were more succinct and there were two basic premises: screen time for children two and under was not recommended and for children two and over, no more than two hours a day.
I don’t know about you, but I’m exhausted just thinking about final exams, end of year projects and making sure everyone has signed my yearbook (yes, I was THAT kid). With schools getting out in the next week or two, we have been planning a big party for our teens (grades 7-12).
It’s spring! In order to avoid all those spring cleaning chores and the wicked heat outside, I’ve taken to reading even more than usual. The following is a list of books I’ve read recently and really enjoyed, in no particular order. I hope you too can stay out of the sun and beat the heat with these fun books.
This post is written by Lindsay, one of our awesome teen volunteers at the Bainbridge Island Library.
The library’s “Inspire” publication just keeps getting better and better. I can truly (and proudly) say that the glossy and gorgeous “Inspire” features events which appeal to a broad range of tastes and interests.
Trying to figure out this adult thing is hard sometimes. Whether you are a high school, college or university student, or a graduate who is looking for tools for your next steps, we've got some great things coming up at the Library this spring.
One way to commemorate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18, is to learn more about the experiences of people who were part of the struggle for civil rights. In recent years, a number of highly engaging books have been written for middle and high schoolers on this subject. Descriptions from Baker & Taylor.
We are going crazy for Star Wars! How about you?
It's that time of year again. The teachers have been easing you back into things, and they're ready to spring that big research project. They're using words and phrases like "MLA format citations" and "primary sources" as well as "scholarly" and "plagiarism". How is a student supposed to get started? Ask at the library. We can help.
Really. Just ask us. It's what we love to do.