Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Cavendish Celebrates Authors and Reading at the First Book Jam

From: Scott Stearns [The Book Nook]


Cavendish Celebrates Authors and Reading at the First Book Jam

Proctorsville, Vermont. The Cavendish Fletcher Community Library and The Book Nook are proud to host the first Cavendish Book Jam will take place on Saturday November 7th at the Cavendish Fletcher Community Library in Proctorsville.  The doors open at 12.30pm and the author talks will start at 1pm.  The afternoon will feature three Vermont writers talking about their books and their writing processes - Kathryn Bonnez, Archer Mayor and Brian Staveley. 

Kathryn Bonnez's describes first book, A Lone Star in the Green Mountains, "in the best tradition of memoir and travel writing, exploration of place becomes that of self as a native Texan chronicles her love affair with Vermont: its intriguing history and towns, spirited people and distinctive culture." Archer Mayor recently released The Company She Kept this fall, the twenty-sixth novel in his beloved Joe Gunther mystery series.  This one starts out with a brutal murder that is linked to Joe Gunther's friend and former lover Vermont Governor Gail Zigman, which causes a storm of publicity that surrounds the investigation. Brian Staveley's first book in the Unhewn Throne trilogy, The Emperor's Blades , was named the Best Fantasy Debut of 2014 on Reddit Fantasy.  The second book of the trilogy, The Providence of Fire, is now out and continues the fast and frenetic pace of the first book.  If you like The Game of Thrones, definitely give this trilogy a try.

The first Cavendish Book Jam will take place at 1pm on Saturday November 7th at the Cavendish Fletcher Community Library at 573 Main Street Proctorsville, VT. Doors open at 12.30pm. Books of all three authors will be available for purchase and to get signed. There is no charge for this event.


Scott
The Book Nook

Friday, October 23, 2015

Weekly Preschool and Toddler Story Time Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am

Weekly Preschool and Toddler Story Time
Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am.
Each week features a theme, music, stories and a craft.
No Story Time on Wednesday November 11th due to Veterans Day

Read With Oreo
Thursday November 19th
3:00-4:00pm
School aged students are invited to come to the library and read a story with Oreo the Reading Dog.

Monday Family Movie Night
Pixar Studios© Inside Out (PG)
 November 23rd 5:00-7:00pm
All Ages Welcome- Refreshments will be provided

 Books and Cooks Cooking Club
Thursday November 12th
Grades 2-6 3:00-4:00pm
Cupcake Cones
Young bakers will learn how to make  cupcakes and frosting in a fun and tasty way!

Spa-la-la Day!
Friday November 13th
Grades 3-8 3:00-4:30pm
Gather your friends and join us for an afternoon of pamering and fun! Learn tricks to take care of your body, paint your nails and even make a cucumber eye mask. Limit 8 participants- Please RSVP to save a spot!





Crafty Tuesdays
Grades K-6
3:00-4:00pm
3rd- Pearler Beads- It’s time again to make something cool out of our favorite melty beads.
10th-     Nutsy the Squirrel- Using simple materials (and even some nuts!) we’ll make some adorable fall friends.
17th- Fall Leave Wreaths- Silk fall leaves will be used to make a beautiful decoration.
24th-Paper Bag Turkeys-Just in time for Thanksgiving, we’ll make a cute turkey craft perfect for displaying for the holiday.
                                                        
                                                         DCF Book Club
Grades 4-8
Mondays 4:00-4:30
Join us each week as the librarian reads aloud from this months book club selection. Participants can choose to follow along in their own copy of the book (we’ll have several copies available) or just listen to the story. On November 30th, we’ll have a discussion and share our thoughts on what we’ve read.
This months selection is:
“Seven Stories Up” by Laurel Snyder
“Annie wants to meet her grandmother.
Molly wishes she had a friend.
A little magic brings them together in an almost-impossible friendship.

When Annie wakes up on her first morning at the Hotel Calvert, she’s in for a big surprise. There’s a girl named Molly in her bed who insists the year is 1937 and that this is her room! Annie’s not sure what happened, but when she learns that Molly’s never been outside the hotel, she knows it’s time for an adventure. Magic, fortune-telling, some roller skates, a rescued kitten, and the best kind of friendship make up the unforgettable story of two girls destined to change each other’s lives.” * Amazon.com


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Sacha Krawczyk
Youth Services Librarian
Fletcher Memorial Library
Ludlow, Vermont 05149

Friday, October 9, 2015

"You Gotta Have Art…"

A highlight of Cider Days has always been the Mount Holly Library Book Sale.  And this year will be no exception.  Along with many  wonderful offerings in adult and children's fiction and non fiction, this year's book sale features an especially wonderful selection of art books.  All sorts of art books about all sorts of art.  From Japanese Calligraphy to European Renaissance Paintings  to American Modern.  Books for the coffee table, books for the eye, books for the soul.  Books of every variety  waiting for good homes and eager readers.  Come and see for yourself at the Mount Holly Library Book Sale.  10AM to 4PM, Sat and Sun. Oct. 10 and 11.


Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Monday 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
WIFI available 24/7

Friday, October 2, 2015

Star Wars Reads Day at the FML

Follow the force to the library one week from today! On Friday, October 9th the FML Youth Library will be celebrating the 2015 edition of Star Wars Reads Day! Jedi's young and old are invited to the library to sample some traditional Star Wars treats (Wookie Cookies anyone?), have a photo taken at the Star Wars photo wall, visit the craft table or try their skill at games such as Storm Trooper bowling or Ewok Rock Toss. There will even be cool Star Wars freebies to take home as well!  Festivities begin at 3:00 and the fun will continue until 4:30. Be sure not to miss out on the excitement!


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Sacha Krawczyk
Youth Services Librarian
Fletcher Memorial Library
Ludlow, Vermont 05149