“Take Notice that under Orders Nos. 21, 22, 21 and 24 of the British Columbia Security Commission the following areas were made prohibited areas to all persons of the Japanese race…”
The attack on Pearl Harbor dramatically changed Sandy’s …Read More
Are you thinking about participating in Battle of the Books, but not sure it’s for you? Worried the questions might be too hard? Scared about reading all of those books?
The reading list for Battle of the Books varies depending …Read More
“My creativity and curiosity flow without end, and if I meet an obstacle, I just begin again.”
This picture book of metaphors encourages readers to imagine, ponder, and dream. The short poetic “I am” statements …Read More
The official book list for the 2021-2022 Battle of the Books season has been finalized. The twenty books include a wide variety of genres and writing styles. See the official list online or stop in the library today!…Read More
This November are celebrating everyone’s favorite book!
This year patrons from newborns to 12 year olds are invited to take a photo with their favorite book. To participate, simply fill out our online form. You will then get the …Read More
“…all agreed the curse existed. And it had but one purpose: deadly protection.”
Long-time children’s author, Candace Fleming, delves into the world of mummies in this nonfiction chapter book for upper elementary readers. Ancient Egyptian practices are explained as well …Read More
“Cheese ‘N’ Chives! I’m a blood orange! I’m done for!”
Enchanted fruit and vegetables are simply going about their day helping Witch Agnes with her garden when smoke from the chimney of a long-thought abandoned castle is noticed. The castle …Read More
“He had been expecting a healing refuge for children like him…But this wasn’t it. The Ash House was like the end of a world that had been left to decay, forgotten by everyone who had ever cared about it.”
When …Read More
If you missed out on participating in the Family Fun Night: Trivia Challenge on October 7th, here’s your chance to try your brain at answering the questions. Until the end of October, the trivia questions will be “live” and available …Read More
“If you trap the other king, say, “Check!” That means, I’ve almost got you!”
A board book explaining chess? You might think “inexecutable” or even “futile,” but Anne Elder successfully offers a basic introduction to the chess using roughly 17 …Read More
If you missed out on participating in the Family Fun Night: Trivia Challenge on September 15th, here’s your chance to try your brain at answering the questions. Until the end of September, the trivia questions will be “live” and available …Read More
The final scores of the 2020-2021 Battle of the Books Season.
For the health and safety of our patrons, we are cancelling the weekly storytimes starting Friday March 13th through the 31st, as well as other library events in accordance with the recommendations from public health officials to cancel non-essential …Read More
As always, the health and safety of our community is our top priority. In accordance with recommendations from public health officials to cancel non-essential gatherings, we are postponing or canceling programs, and other library events starting Friday March 13th through …Read More
Congratulations on a good battle yesterday. We are now officially over the halfway mark, and the scores are below.
These scores include the points award for the successful challenge of a question in Battle Two. Any points resulting from challenges …Read More
There was a bit of shuffling on the ranking board with this week’s scores.
Remember, the Total Score combines the scores from Battle One and Battle Two. The Total Score will continue to grow as Battles pass, and will determine …Read More
February is drawing to a close. Be sure to bring in your Reading Logs in order to get your character cards for the different genres you explored in this year’s Winter Reading program.
For those of you who have already …Read More
Congratulations to all the Battle teams for a great Battle One!
The scores from Battle One will add to the points that will be earned during Battle Two, Battle Three, Battle Four, and Battle Five to determine the season’s winning …Read More
“Each little clam here / Know how to jam here / Under the sea ” – Sebastian from Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
Eisenhower hosted its 3rd Formal Ball on Saturday, February 15th. We dove down under the sea …Read More
Congratulations to all the teams for a great Practice Battle. Just a reminder, be careful of those warning eggs! If any of the warnings were moved to negative points, it would have really changed the results.
As it is, Practice …Read More
“You can’t sting the cat!” Shouts the narrator – A swarm of angry bees have taken over the town creating chaos everywhere they go as they follow a little boy who looks just like them. But why does the little …Read More
Are you preparing for the new Battle season?
With ten weeks to the Practice Battle, the count down has officially begun!
“I was a nervous kid. Self-conscious. Shy. Quiet… Most of the time.”
In this highly anticipated graphic novel, Raina is experiencing a lot of stress from multiple fronts. Her anxiety changes the way she perceives every day moments: eating, using …Read More
The Battle of the Books is now completed. Congratulations on a great season. Overall, the scores are very close this year and all participants should be very proud of their efforts ...