Creepy Creatures

Snakes!  And Crocodiles!  And Slithering Things!  Oh My!  "Creepy Creatures" is one of the library's latest display for your browsing pleasure.  There are books about alligators, crocodiles, iguanas, and different types of snakes for informational and recreational reading.  Check it out on your next visit to the library.  If you do not find what you need, please remember to ask us to interlibrary loan materials for you.  Happy Reading!

Job & Career Accelerator

Job databaseIf you are unemployed, underemployed, unhappy in your current job, or a young person trying to figure out what you want to do career-wise, take a look at our Job & Career Accelerator database.  You can use it to assess your work-related interests and careers that would be suitable for you, explore over 1,000 detailed occupational profiles, find jobs and internships from over 5 million listings, prepare professional resumes and cover letters, and organize, manage and track the entire application process.  It’s all free, so why not give it a try?

Celebrate National Poetry Month

April is national poetry month, and tomorrow happens to be Poem in Your Pocket Day, which provides the perfect opportunity for sharing your favorite poem with others.  Get started by checking out some of our staff picks.

Shel Silverstein

Jack Prelutsky

Edward Gorey

Gardening Time @ Your Library

It's that time of the year when the plants and trees in the area start growing and blooming, and you have to start thinking about lawn and garden maintenance.  To help you keep your lawn and garden in shape, the library has a new display of gardening and lawn books as suggested resources.  On your next visit to the library, please browse the "Gardening Resources" display and check out some of the books.  If we don't have what you need, please ask us to interlibrary loan other materials for you.  Happy Gardening!

Hear That Whistle Blow!

Can you hear that whistle blow?  Do you see that train coming down the track?  Then, it's time to climb aboard and take a trip to the Fairbanks Branch Library and browse our newest display of books which are all about trains.  Don't let those train whistles be lonesome and stuck at the station.  Check out some train books to take home to share with family and friends. Happy Reading!