We’re challenging book lovers to dive into adventure by dressing up as their favourite childrens book character and sharing a photo with us.
Have you read Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng? It’s the book everyone seems to be talking about. Here, we use Novelist to give Little Fires-lovers some additional reading recommendations.
Just like math or reading, coding has become a foundational skill. Learning about coding helps kids develop their creativity as well as their problem-solving and logic skills. Learning about coding also helps them understand the world around them. If you’re interested in getting your kids started with coding, here are 5 resources to teach coding to kids.
While our Library locations are closed, we invite you to explore local art through The Virtual Sunroom. Previously scheduled to appear in The Sunroom from March 5 to April 23, 2020, Body + Self is a series of self-reflection by artist Alice MacLean.
Our Library staff members are sharing their favourite mystery books or series. The list is small for one very important reason; many of us agree on the best mysteries out there.
It can be difficult to know what masks work well, fit snugly, and have simple patterns, so Alison and Sharon critiqued six different DIY masks, and share the results.
You make our branches hum with activity and vibrancy, and your visits to our website make our hearts sing. We miss seeing you, but love hearing from you. And now we want to share some of the wonderful ways we came together from January through March, 2020.
British author, Jojo Moyes, is one of our most popular authors at Halifax Public Libraries. With the help of NoveList, we’ve put together a list of similar titles that you may be interested in. All of these books are available for immediate download (no waitlists!) through hoopla, a resource you can access for free using your library card.