By Teen Blogger, Malk | This is not the fairytale you remember. But it's one you won't forget. Everyone knows the story of Cinderella. At this point, I have read so many versions of it that I had a tough time just picking up the book the first time I saw it. Yet, the further I read, the more I was delighted. This book was...
Written by Guest Blogger Laura Walton, YouTuber "Cinderella Sew." Laura has presented on this topic at Central Library's monthly Small Business Café.
Our beautiful country spans from coast to coast to coast, and there is much to celebrate on July 1. We’re the proud home of the double-double, loonies, toonies, and the delightful culinary concoction we call poutine. Our languages have developed alongside our unique history and reflect the many diverse groups who call Canada home...
By Jocelyn Covert, Staff Member, Bedford Public Library | Remember how our parents used to kick us out of the house with the direction, “Go play!,” and we actually did? We played wherever, with whatever. This is “loose parts play.” It’s certainly not a new concept, but it’s definitely become a new focus for schools, daycares, and libraries.
Stay safe while you explore online. For kids and parents alike, it's a good idea to keep these online safety tips on hand when using the internet at the Library, at school, and home.
Now that you’ve registered your account and tried out some of the new features, there are a couple of things to note regarding My Account / My Profile, and privacy.
Explore Nova Scotia and all the tales it has to tell. Borrow Anywhere, Return Anywhere (BARA) is a collaborative program offered by a provincial network of public libraries, community college libraries, and university libraries. It's your library, everywhere you go.
Local Art in The Sunroom | On display June 9 to August 18, 2018 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Old Bones | New Bones by Adam Lanigan is a photographic exploration of Halifax's changing urban landscape.
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