Read to Ride with Rye Airfield!

Great news! The library has partnered with Rye Airfield’s Read to Ride program! Located in Rye, New Hampshire, Rye Airfield is New England’s premier indoor skate and bike park. To participate in the program you have to get a reading log from me (Rachel) and then start reading!  After you read a book you’ll either […]

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Vote for your favorite books of 2014!

Every year YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) lets teens vote for their top ten books of the year. Nominees are determined by teen groups across the nation, from those nominees the top 25 are compiled. YOUR votes will help determine the top 10!  Vote to make sure your favorite makes the cut! Vote HERE! […]

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Banned Books Week: Celebrate Your Freedom to Read!

It is that time of year again. The leaves are crisping on the trees. The wind is making reading inside all the more appealing. And libraries and schools across the nation are celebrating Banned Books Week. That last bit tends to throw people. I love Banned Books Week and so when I’m running around mindlessly […]

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Read Books Like The World Is Ending

What’s your end of world scenario? I mean, the dead are coming back to life, local services are non-existent, food is scarce, medicines are scarcer… It may be a touch morbid to consider such a crazy disaster (and such an unlikely one) but I know my first stop would be to grab some library books. […]

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Database of the Month: Secrets of the Sequence

Just ’cause it is summer doesn’t mean you have to turn your brain off. Well, at least not all the way off. If you’re interested in keeping up on the latest biological weapons, want to learn more about toxicogenomics, or have a deep and unabiding love for Forensic Science, we’ve got just the thing for […]

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