New Children’s Books: Wednesday, August 5

We are now open for limited visits by up to four patrons at a time.

Patrons wishing to browse the library’s collection of books and DVDs may come to the library and park in one of four, specially designated parking spots.  Only two people per vehicle will be permitted to enter the library at the same time. Each of the four parking spots will have a flip sign.  If more than one person enters from the same vehicle, they will be required to indicate two parking spaces are taken by flipping the signs located in front of two parking spots.  In spite of not occupying a space, cyclists and pedestrians will also need to flip a sign.  Flipping the signs will signal if maximum occupancy has been reached.

If all four parking spaces are filled upon arrival, the patron may choose to park in a non-designated space and wait for someone to exit the building.  This system will help to consistently keep the count of patrons in the library from exceeding the maximum, and will avoid the need for advance appointments.

Here are a few more of the new books that have arrived at the library since we closed due to the pandemic.

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The Mystery of the Forgotten Family

The Boxcar Children are helping a friend find out more about their family’s history. But what they find is a mystery going back generations! Can the Aldens help their friend unlock secrets of the past — and present?

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Outside In

Illustrations and easy-to-read text reveal the ways nature affects our everyday lives, such as by providing food and clothing, and showing us when to go to bed and when to get up.

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Pete the Cat’s Groovy Guide to Kindness

Kindness is cool!

Pete the Cat shares some groovy words on kindness in this fun collection of his favorite famous quotes about sharing, lending a helping hand, and having compassion for others.

Cool cat Pete adds his own spin on well-known classic quotes from luminaries ranging from Booker T. Washington to Henry James. Everyone’s favorite blue cat reminds us that “it’s cool to be kind.”

Fans of the bestselling Pete the Cat series will delight in this fun take on quotes, which are accompanied by Pete’s witty responses and illustrations created by New York Times bestselling team Kimberly and James Dean.

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