Better Together

The holidays are on their way! We have all worked so hard. The struggle is real! Shopping, working, schooling, lots of people do both, or even commuting can be hard work. We all deserve a lovely little break to just …

Miss Tandra’s Book Review: Catalyst by Sarah Beth Durst

How many of you, as a child, tried keeping a stray animal or rescuing a helpless critter? You bent your parents’ ears about how badly the animal needed you or how you promised you would feed and keep it clean. …

Welcome Fall!

Fall has arrived!  The red, gold, and orange colors of fall just make me happy. The cooler temperatures make curling up under my favorite blanket and having a couple of great books to read the perfect thing to do!  Yes, …

Children’s Department

Hello! I am Anne Franke, a part-time clerk in the Frankfort Children’s Library. I started working here at the beginning of the year and love it! It coincides with my day job: I have the pleasure of teaching high school …

Acceptance, Friendship, & Food

Wow, only two and a half weeks left of September! It will be October before we know it! With everyone back in school, this is the perfect time for friendships and acceptance – new people to begin a friendship with, …

Children’s Department in September

September is here!  Pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin pie ice cream, and pumpkin scented candles have returned and all things fall fill the shelves in local stores.  With the arrival of September, our fall programs are in full swing!  The children’s …

Into the Woods with Van Gogh

Into the Woods with Van Gogh On September 17th Miss Mallory will be leading a program all about Vincent Van Gogh and we’ll recreate his 1884 piece, “Avenue of Poplars in Autumn” which depicts a gloomy autumn scene. This will …

World Book eBooks

The Children’s Department has added a new feature to the kids webpage. Our young patrons now have access to World Book eBooks! This subscription is free to you and you can access it at any time through the library’s website. …

Pick a Genre, Any Genre!

Is your middle grade kiddo running out of things to read or maybe it’s difficult to find a book that they’ll love? Why not explore a new genre this school year? Miss Mallory has compiled suggestions for middle grade readers …

August

Written By: Regina Rhoda August is always a busy month of transition.   Parents and caregivers of school age children are trying to squeeze just a little more fun into their summer, while making sure school supplies have been purchased and …