International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27th

Written by Mallory Jones      Friday, January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and I wanted to take this opportunity to showcase books that we have in the children’s department for a wide range of ages. The United States Holocaust …

Wild Reindeer!

Written by Anne Franke, Children’s Clerk What would it be like to work with wild reindeer? How does Santa get his reindeer ready to go each Christmas? The children’s book, The Wild Christmas Reindeer by Jan Brett, tells the story …

Food For Fines 2022

The Frankfort Community Public Library is once again offering “Food for Fines.” December 12–17, you may bring in unopened, non-expired, non-perishable food items to the Frankfort Library and the Branches in Michigantown, Mulberry, and Rossville. For each item donated, you …

Magical & Mysterious Middle-Grade Reads

One of my favorite wintertime activities is curling up in my reading chair with a cozy book and a hot chocolate. We’ll be spending less and less time outside as winter rages on, so here are some magical and mysterious …

Winter

    October has passed, and we are moving closer to those long gray winter days. Children have gotten used to being outside playing and being active. Parents and caregivers have enjoyed those activities that tire out their little ones and …

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 …