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Oct 29
2014

What's happening in the library this fall?

Posted by heather in Untagged 

October

The Friends of the Library are hosting a Trick or Trunk event out in front of the library. Stop by on your Trick or Treat rounds and pick up some goodies!

November

Everybody Reads book discussion

Saturday, November 15 at 5pm

Have you read The Girls of no Return by Erin Saldin? There's still time before the book discussion with Librarian Jill on November 15. Everybody Reads is a regional reading program where a single book, written by an emerging regional author is chosen for the whole community to read and discuss.


the girls of no returnCUT meets HATCHET in this lacerating debut about girls, knives and redemption.

The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area stretches across two million acres in northern Idaho. In its heart sits the Alice Marshall School, where fifty teenage girls come to escape their histories and themselves.

Lida Wallace has tried to negate herself in every way possible. At Alice Marshall, she meets Elsa Boone, a fierce native Idahoan; Jules, who seems too healthy to belong at the school; and Gia Longchamps, whose glamour entrances the entire camp.

As the girls prepare for a wilderness trek, Lida is both thrilled and terrified to be chosen as Gia's friend. But everyone has their secrets--their "Things" they try to protect; and when those come out, the knives do as well.THE GIRLS OF NO RETURN is a bold and powerful debut.

November's reading incentive

Let your kid be the hero of Thanksgiving! If your child reads in the library for 15 minutes he or she can enter to win a yummy apple pie. Stop into the library and get reading! The drawing will be held November 25th.

 

Cookies on Parade November 28th 1-4

The biggest Black Friday event of the year! The Friends of the library's annual fundraiser in the Delany. Buy delicious cookies by the pound.

 

Oct 29
2014

Storytime changes

Posted by heather in Announcements

Storytime will be cancelled for Veterans Day, November 11 and again on November 18, due to staff holidays. 

When we return on November 25, we will be cancelling Baby/Toddler Storytime in favor of an all-ages Storytime on Tuesdays at 10:45 am. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Aug 25
2014

Storytime Tuesdays, beginning September 16th

Posted by heather in Events

Beginning September 16th, join us at the library for Storytime Tuesdays!

Baby & Toddler Storytime at 10am: Books, songs, rhymes, fingerplays, stories, and activities that promote development and learning.

Preschool at 10:45am: Books, rhymes, songs, activities and crafts that promote early literacy and love of reading.

Storytime is a free service of the Columbia County Rural Library District. No library card is needed!

Questions? Contact Amy at 382-4131.

Aug 13
2014

Summer Reading Challenge: Can We Do It?

Posted by heather in Interesting Tidbits

There are 328 hours left to go on the Summer Reading Challenge to dye Miss Amy's hair GREEN! Can we do it by August 23rd??

Summer Readers (pre-k through 12th grade) can bring in their parent-initialed hours any time to the library for credit and prize tickets.

Come join us in a Read-A-Thon to meet our goal on August 22nd, 5-8pm in the Delany Room (pizza provided!)!

Aug 05
2014

Job Announcement: Library Assistant I

Posted by heather in Announcements

The Columbia County Rural Library District has an opening for a highly motivated individual with a great sense of humor, friendly customer service skills, attention to detail, and strong written and verbal communication to join our team as a part time (19 hours/week) Library Assistant I.  Strong customer service attitude, verbal communication and computer skills are essential in our ideal candidate. Complete job announcement, description and application requirements are available at the library at 111 S. 3rd, Dayton, WA, or on our website, http://ccrld.lib.wa.us/employment.  No phone calls, please. INTERVIEWS WILL BEGIN ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 2014. Position will remain open until filled. EEOC

Jul 15
2014

Summer Reading Challenge -- See Amy's Hair Turn GREEN!

Posted by heather in Announcements

We have decided to extend the Summer Reading Challenge. Now you have more time to read, read, read and a second chance to see Miss Amy's hair turn green! The extended Summer Reading Challenge will culminate in an after-hours Read-a-thon in the Delany Room from 5-8 pm on Friday, August 22. FREE pizza will be provided!

Keep bringing in your hours to collect prize tickets until Saturday, August 23.

Every Saturday is Double Ticket day. So bring your reading logs in on Saturdays and collect twice the bounty!

Jun 26
2014

We are Operational!

Posted by heather in Library News

Our computer system is now operational! C'mon down and try it out -- you'll just need your library card number, last name, and an account in Good Standing.

Jun 23
2014

Summer Reading 2014 has Begun!

Posted by heather in Events

Our annual Summer Reading program has officially begun!

The theme this year for pre-K through 6th grade is "Fizz, Boom, Read!" and the theme for 6th grade through 12th grade is "Spark a Reaction." Sign-ups are ongoing -- participants can pick up a packet of activities and a schedule of science-themed programs, and claim their free book!

If all Summer Reading participants can read a combined 1000 hours (verified by parent/guardian), Miss Amy has vowed to dye her hair the winning color as selected by poll (GREEN!).

This week the program kicks off with magician Louis Foxx on Wednesday, June 25th at 5:30pm in the Delany Room!

Jun 19
2014

Computer Network Updates

Posted by heather in Announcements

Our computer network is currently DOWN and expected to be down until further notice.

However, if you have your own laptop or tablet, our Wi-Fi is still up and running.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Jun 16
2014

Looking for Reviews?

Posted by heather in Link of the Month

If you are looking for book reviews and recommendations to help you narrow down your next read, please check out these places online:

 

 

People magazine book reviews:
http://www.people.com/people/news/category/0,,PeoplecomTax:BookReviews,00.html

New York Times book reviews:
http://www.nytimes.com/pages/books/

Kirkus reviews:
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/

Booklist:
http://www.booklistonline.com/home

Teen Ink: (books reviewed by teens for teens)
http://www.teenink.com/reviews/book_reviews/

goodreads.com

teenreads.com (YALSA)

bookbrowse.com (has reviews, recommendations and read-alikes)

Powell's Books: (offers links to book reviews in several newspapers and magazines)
http://www.powells.com/review

 

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