“It’s the end of the world every day, for someone.”
― Margaret Atwood
The world is turning darker it seems, and maybe not just because we are headed towards shorter days. Wars, earthquakes, wild weather, and general craziness seems to abound – around the world.
If that sentiment sums up your mindset lately, we have some great reads for you! Continue reading Reading for the End of the World
Miss Molly offers great, engaging story times every Monday, and she has a couple of kids’ books to bring to our attention. Thanks, Miss Molly! Continue reading Good Golly, Miss Molly Picks Some Books!
With fall officially here, it is also time for BVSD’s yearly Battle of the Books program for kids in grades 3-12! The library is excited to again support and promote this program.
Continue reading Battle of the Books is Back!
Boo! Here are some of my favorite scary reads for teens. Just follow the Horror Flow Chart below to find your next spooky read. Want to know more about each of these books? Find them in the catalog…
-Contributed by Dominique, Youth Services Librarian
I can’t believe it is October! We have a lot going on in October for kids and teens, so make sure to visit our online event calendar. Everything from Lego Challenges to DIY Crafts. We also have some fun displays in the library filled with recommendations from staff and our teen volunteers!
Now for my favorite part of writing these blog posts — my kid book picks! Here are some of my favorite new books, some oldies, and of course graphic novels (because I love graphic novels!) If you find yourself needing even more recommendations, then be sure to check-out our Kids Blog. Want to learn more about the books below? Visit our catalog to get the scoop!
Continue reading October Kid Book Picks