Anti-Bullying Books @ Your Library

Did you know that October is Anti-Bullying Month?  Would you like to learn more about bullying and how it to deal with it?  Then please browse our newest display of books about the different types of bullying, which includes cyber-bullying, and suggested strategies for stopping it.  If you don't find what you need, please ask the library staff to find material from other branch locations and/or interlibrary loan. 

Help Prevent Bullying

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, which spotlights the growing issue in order to increase awareness and put an end to this epidemic.  View our new anti-bullying display in the library, featuring a selection of helpful materials.  Find more resources in our catalog, and visit StompOutBullying.org for more ways to get involved.

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New Resources For Your Favorite Hobbies and Crafts

Our new easy-to-use database Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center features over 1,500 magazines and books on numerous topics in the areas of arts & crafts, collecting, home & garden, indoor recreation, kids’ crafts, model building, needlecrafts & textiles, outdoor recreation, performing arts, science & technology, and scrapbooking & paper crafts.  Browse books, access articles, read recipes, and view instructional videos all from your computer or mobile device.  Get started now for helpful ideas for Halloween costumes, crafts, and more.  For more fun seasonal activities, stop by the library and browse our new display “Home & Hearth”.

DeadTime Stories

Do you like creepy characters and scary stories?  How about paranormal plots or graveyard plots?  Then browse one of the library's latest displays, "DeadTime Stories" to find some books with stories that can keep you up at night.  But don't be scared.  Just check out some of the books and "chill out."  Happy Reading!

   

Are You Safe on the Internet?

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the perfect time find new ways to be safe online.  Join us tomorrow at 3:30 pm in our meeting room, for our computer class “Are You Safe on the Internet?"  For more ways to keep your children, your computer and mobile devices, and yourself safe on the internet, visit StaySafeOnline.org.  To find helpful materials in our collection, search the catalog for subjects with the keywords Internet Safety, and for magazines and journals, including PC World, Macworld, and Maximum PC, visit the computer section of our database