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Seasonal Reading

It's that time of the year when the weather turns cooler and people are planning holiday activities.  But you need some time during the holiday period to sit down with a good book with younger members of your family and friends.  To assist you in selecting some holiday picture books, the library staff has a special display, "Seasonal Reading."  Please browse the books there on your next visit to the library and check out some books to share.  Happy Reading!

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Classic Kids Literature

The other day some of the staff here at Fairbanks Branch Library were thinking about some of the books we really loved when we were growing up.  So, we decided to put together a new display of what we consider to be "classic" children's picture books and like to recommend to you for your pleasure.  Please browse the display--"Classic Kids Literature"--on your next visit to the library and check some out to share with family and friends.  If you have a favorite "classic" and we don't have it here at the library, please ask and we will interlibrary loan it for you.  Happy Reading!

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Gobble! Gobble!

It's getting closer to the end of the month and one of the biggest holidays of the year and the start of the holiday shopping season.  As many people start thinking about holiday meals featuring turkey and dressing and all the fixings, the staff at the Fairbanks Branch Library have gathered several picture storybooks featuring turkeys as the main characters.  Please browse the display, "Gobble! Gobble!" and you may find some books to check out and share before and during the holiday.  Happy Turkey Day and Happy Reading! 

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What Does the Fox Say?

Maybe it's not often that you think about picture books that have a fox as a main character or that includes a fox in the story.  Well, wonder no longer.  One of the library's newest displays asks the question, "What Does the Fox Say?" and showcases several picture books with fox characters.  Please browse the titles on your next visit to the library and check some out to take and share with family and friends.  Happy Reading! 

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Trick or Treat Books to Share

If you do not plan to actually go Trick or Treating on Thursday night, October 31, then you could stay home and share some fun books with family and friends.  The Fairbanks Branch Library has some good books for Trick or Treating sharing, so please ask us when you visit the library.  Just a couple of these titles that we can recommend include:                                  J is for Jack-O-Lantern: A Halloween Alphabet,

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