September is not only back to school month, but it is National Library Card Sign-up month with many activities and programs scheduled in our local libraries. Computer classes are gearing up again, children’s story hours, movie events and adult programs Continue reading Non-Fiction books for “making” at Steele
Even though I no longer choose nonfiction books for the library, I love to browse the New Nonfiction on the first floor of the Central Library of CCLD. There are so many good books on so many subjects, but I Continue reading Fascinating Biographies & Personal Narratives
If you Google “cats” you can find the definition of cats, advice on health care for cats, cat quotes, cat blogs, and of course cats on YouTube. I noted “Adopt a Cat Month”, which is June, “National Cat Day”, October Continue reading Mrow! New non-fiction books about cats…
As I have been newly assigned to take charge of this vast sea of books called the Non-fiction Collection, I have also been given the daunting task of writing the “Librarians Picks” column. Much like the collection, there are so Continue reading New Year, New You!
I have been weeding the non-fiction collection, using a computer program that can generate a report of books that have not gone out recently. When we used to go to the shelves to weed the worn out, dirty out-of-date books, Continue reading Endangered Books
When was the last time you checked out the library’s children’s collection of non-fiction? Our collection covers a vast array of subjects and current events at reading levels for varying ages – from kindergarteners to high schoolers. Juvenile non-fiction includes Continue reading Non-fiction for kids and teens at the library