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Vampires, Mummies, Werewolves...Oh My!

Monstrous tales come from around the world of creatures that dwell in mysterious sites. Hidden from the light of day...until now. Below are some of the scariest monsters in history. Dare to read what most have kept unspoken.

Warning: These books are not for the faint of heart, and are not intended for young children.

 

Not for the Faint of Heart

Happy Halloween!

During October, many older children enjoy reading scary stories. I have collected a few items that I think you will enjoy. Please be aware, that these books are not for young children.

If you have a favorite scary book I would love to hear about it.  You can leave comments below, or come visit me at the library.  I love saying hi to my friends.

Halloween Fun Through October @ Family Storytime

 Twilight Tales

Join me on Monday nights @ 7pm for Family Storytime.  Throughout October, I will read some of my favorite Halloween books.  It is sure to be spooktacular fun.

Infant Lapsit Program

The Infant Lapsit Program will not be held on Friday, October 9th. We hope that you can join one of our other programs.

  • Wednesday @ 11 am
  • Thursday @ 11 am

  Our Friday program will resume the following week.

 

Unearth the Excitement of Books @ Your Library

Learning about the mighty machines can be fun for both boys and girls.

 

Apple Storytime & Craft

 

Come make apple prints with Ms Susan

Toddler Time: Wednesday, September 30th  @ 1:30pm

Story Pals: Thursday, October 1st @ 10:00 am

Photograph provided by Becky (aq)'s photostream on flickr.

 

 

 

American pioneer, John Chapman, was better known as?

 

Hint: He is as American as apple pie.

 

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