Thursday, December 10 between 6:00-9:00 p.m. Saturday, December 12 between 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. If you are a fan of toy trains, you won't want to miss this special display.Â And while you're at the library, why not check out a book or video about trains?Â The I Love Toy Trains series is especially popular. All aboard!!
"Mary Had a Vampire Bat" by Judy Sierra (from the book Monster Goose)
Mary had a vampire bat. His fur was black as night. He followed her to school one day And promised not to bite. She brought him out for show-and-tell; The teacher screamed and ran. And school was canceled for aÂ week, Just as Mary planned.
"The Goblin" by Jack Prelutsky (from the book It's Halloween)
There's a goblin as green As a goblin can be Who is sitting outside And is waiting for me. When he knocked on my door And said softly, "Come play!" I answered, "No thank you, Now please, go away!" But the goblin as green As a goblin can be Is still sitting outside And is waiting for me. Or how about a creepy song?
"Home of the Strange" ( to the tune of "Home on the Range") words by Kelly DiPucchio (from the book Sipping Spiders Through a Straw)
Oh, give a me a home where the Boogie Men roam, where the ghosts and the green goblins play. Where there aren't any phones, only grunts, shrieks, and moans and the flies are all welcome to stay. Home, home of the strange, where the feared and the freaks come to play. Where the stench in the air, comes from goon underwear and the kids are all pasty and gray. ForÂ more spooky, creepy fun try Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich orÂ Frankenstein Takes the Cake by Adam Rex, MonsterÂ Motel by Douglas Florian, Halloween ABC by Eve Merriam, andÂ The ScaryÂ Book by Joanna Cole.
-- Check out books, books, and more books -- Check out movies on DVD and VHS tapes -- Check out magazines just for kids -- Check out games for computers, Wii, Xbox, and PlayStation -- Check out music CDs -- Use internet computers at the library -- Search the library catalog from your home computer -- Place holds on books, movies, and more from your home computer or at the library -- Renew library materials from your home computer or over the phone -- Use eletronic resources, like World Book Online and Searchasaurus, from your home computer or at the library -- Download audiobooks, music and videos from our website And the best thing of all is a library card is absolutely free!Â Anyone can get a library card, but children under 16 years of age must have a parent or guardian sign their application form.Â If you would like to get a library card, stop by the library with your parent and we can help you. Always guard your library card with care because you are responsible for anything checked out on your card.Â If you ever lose your card, let the library know immediately so we can make sure no one else tries to use your card.Â There is a $2.00 charge to replace a lost card.Â So keep track of your card! September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month, but we hope you'll use your library card all year long!Â It's the smartest, best deal around.
EBSCO Animals - This encyclopedia of animals offers in-depth information on a variety of topics relating to animals.
Biography Resource Center - Search for biographies of individuals in a wide range of subjects, includingÂ government, history, science, sports, the arts, and entertainment.
Primary Search - This resource provides full text articles from more than 60 popular, elementary school magazines.
World Book Online - This is an electronic version of the classic encyclopedia.
Searchasaurus - This dinosaur-themedÂ research toolÂ provides access to several student-oriented databases.You can find other electronic databases by clicking Online Resources on the menu at the top of this page. As you can see, your library card isÂ a free ticket to a wealth of information.Â If you don't know your PIN number, call or come into the library with your library card number and we can look it up for you.Â Have a great school year, and don't forget that your library card is one of your most valuable school supplies!