Welcome back to Camino Island, where anything can happen—even a murder in the midst of a hurricane, which might prove to be the perfect crime. If you enjoyed this series, here are some suggestions for other book series which you might want to check out.
Do you like to get your hands dirty and make things from scratch? Papier mâché (or paper mache) might be the answer; it is delightfully messy! Kick-start your creativity by making your own papier mâché using materials found inside your home. Sarah shows you how.
You scurvy dog! You bilge rat! You landlubber! Hoist the main sail! We're heading out to sea. Just when you thought summer was hot enough, the pirate romance sub-genre sails in and turns up the heat.
The Dutch House is one of our most popular books! If you loved it or are waiting to read it, here are some similar tales of family bonds.
This list was provided by the Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance and contains both fiction and non-fiction about being Two-Spirited and its importance to Indigenous Peoples.
Fake news used to be easy to spot. Who doesn’t remember those tabloid headlines that screamed “Elvis is Alive” or “I was Bigfoot’s Love Slave!” These days it’s a little trickier to discern fact from fiction. It doesn’t help that up to ¾ of us are getting at least some of our news from social media, where fake news runs rampant. This useful infographic and tips from your friendly Library team can help you root through fact and fiction.
Want to do your own book-to-film review? Check out some of these titles recommended by Vicky, available in paper and digital format in our collection, and their film versions on DVD, Blu-Ray, and/or for streaming on Kanopy!
We have created a new tab in our OverDrive Collection to make our non-English e-books easier to find. The new “room” is called More Languages. Learn how to find and use it, here.