Monthly Events

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Be sure to come check out the multiple events going on in the library this month!!!!


READ ACROSS
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A winner will be drawn and awarded a PRIZE from the daily raffle simply by participating!!



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* Throughout the month of February *
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Choose a mystery wrapped book on display, check it out, take it home and unwrap to reveal the book inside!

**Be sure to take a "rate a book" slip with you at the circulation desk to rate the book you received!


2018 OSCARS CONTEST

Click on the image below for a list of the 2018 Oscar Nominations.

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Participate in our annual Oscars Nomination Contest by submitting a ballot with your guesses by Friday, February 23rd!!
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Whoever's votes are closest to the actual winners will win a prize... GOOD LUCK!!

* Oscars Fun Facts *
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 Monday, February 19th, we celebrate President's Day.

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- Abraham Lincoln



Click here for a video of interesting facts about black history month 

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“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.”
—Dr. Mae Jemison, first African-American female astronaut






Come to the library to check out one of the 2017 YALSA Teens' Top Ten and Flume Award nominated books. Stay tuned for this year's winner and for the announcement of the next "Top Ten" titles!


Click here to learn more about YALSA Teens' Top Ten.

To learn more about NH's Flume nominees and previous winners click here. 
 




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Are you creative? Do you like to come up with fun ideas? Do you want to hang out with a great group of teens and eat awesome snacks?

Join TAG!! (Teen Advisory Group) We meet every Wednesday at 2:30 in the library to organize various events and activities.

If you're interested in joining, be sure to come to the library and ask one of the library staff for more information!

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Come in to check out one of many new books for the month of January or click here to view the list!

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* Monthly Staff Picks *



Mrs. Neath-Foster's Pick:
The Mozart Question
By: Michael Morpugo

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"A young journalist goes to Venice, Italy, to interview a famous violinist, who tells the story of his parents' incarceration by the Nazis, and explains why they can no longer listen to the music of Mozart"

 




Mrs. Swift's Pick:

Eureka
By: Jim Lehrer


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"The change in Otis starts with an antique toy fire truck, the exact model he had pined for at age ten but never received. Though it is now a collectible costing $12,350, he will buy it–because he can. Next comes a Daisy Red Ryder BB gun, ordered from the Nostalgia Today catalog. A Kansas City Chiefs regulation NFL helmet follows. But Otis’s real coup is the purchase of his one true childhood passion: a red 1952 Cushman Pacemaker motor scooter. For his baffled wife, Sally, this is the final straw. She insists that he see a shrink–a sloppy man with flowing hair who uses terms like “mature men in crisis” and “second childhood syndrome.” Otis is unimpressed–and extremely insulted–by the doctor’s insinuation that his baldness is to blame for his sudden interest in toys."




Mrs. Shepard's Pick:

The Stolen Marriage
By: Diane Chamberlain

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"In 1944, twenty-three-year-old Tess DeMello abruptly ends her engagement to the love of her life when she marries a mysterious stranger and moves to Hickory, North Carolina, a small town struggling with racial tension and the hardships imposed by World War II."