These are all the News & Announcements posted in December, 2013.
The library will observe the following schedule during the holidays:
Regular hours will be kept on all other days. Happy holidays!
Posted By Logan Library at 8:54 AM / Category:Library Closed
Winter Reading Program for Adults
The Logan Library is now offering reading programs for adults that continue year-round! Our winter program encourages you to Read Together! Come into the library today and discover great books to carry you and your loved ones through the colder months. Sign up at the information desk and you could win prizes just for reading!
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Posted By Logan Library at 10:25 AM / Category:Events
Staff Reading Picks
Book: Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner
Recommended by: Natalie, Technical Assistant
A fun read that offers an explanation for why snowmen look different the day after you make them: they play at night! Each page is beautifully illustrated, and has a look-and-find aspect. Can you find the dinosaur on every page?
Book: The Christmas Chronicles: The Legend of Santa Claus by Tim Slover
Recommended by: Debbie, Associate Librarian
This is a fun, imaginative version of how Santa became Santa, starting with the orphan, Klaus, who was taken in by a guild of craftsmen in 1343. After the Black Death had swept through the land, he made toys for all the surviving children in his village and delivered them, with the priest's blessing, on Christmas Eve to put some joy back into their lives. Those children told the children from other villages, and Klaus, not wanting to disappoint any of them, found himself with more deliveries to make than he could do in one night. Enter his (soon to be) wife, Anna, and her reindeer, Dasher. (The magic and the flying come in later.)
Want more reading suggestions? View previous staff picks.
Posted By Logan Library at 11:56 AM / Category:Staff Picks
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