Summer reading is a reminder to spend time alone with a book. Summer reading is essential for school children, recommended for college kids, longed for by busy parents, and a delight for those of us in middle age.
If a thriller begins with dead bodies in an old run-down town, I’m all in. If the local police department is old, cranky and obviously hiding something, I’m all in.
Does your little one long to sit in the driver’s seat of an eighteen wheeler? To push the button that turns on the siren in a fire truck? To stand right next to a snow plow to see how her height compares?
Kent District Library is a new partner in the Kent County Success Starts Early/Success Basics network. This network of county organizations is working to educate and support parents in their role as their child's first teacher.
Caitie S. Oliver has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Kent District Library by the Kent County Board of Commissioners. Oliver will represent the City of Lowell and Vergennes, Lowell and Bowne Townships.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that librarians love to read. A lesser-known truth: we understand that not everyone loves to read as much as we do.
Cheers to the three winners of our KDaLe Book-Themed Homebrew Competition - Patrick Lickiss, John Britt and Craig Folger.