If you are in the market for a romantic YA novel, then read ahead for Caitlyn's review of 36 Questions that Changed My Mind about You by Vicki Grant.
If you can’t come to the library, many library systems (including the County of Lennox & Addington Libraries) can come to you!
A few years ago, Book Riot, one of the most popular websites for book lovers, came up with the idea of encouraging its followers to supplement their upcoming year of reading with a challenge that would get them to “read harder.” Thus began the annual Book Riot Read Harder Challenge.
The County of Lennox and Addington Public Libraries are proud to support the community’s culture and talent. It is for this reason that we have started the “Art in the Library” program in partnership with the Greater Napanee Area Arts Association (GNAAA). A prominent feature wall was created at the Napanee Branch specifically for this program where artists can display their work.
The latest exhibit, starring Michelle Hutchinson and Gary Barnett, will run January 4th through the end of February
Julie Wendland, Readers’ Services Coordinator for the County of Lennox & Addington Libraries, recently enjoyed Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street: The New Home Cooking, a gorgeous new cookbook worthy of a coffee table.
To celebrate Family Literacy Day, please join us for a fun and interactive weekend storytime at 10:30am in our Amherstview, Napanee or Yarker Branches.
Every year on January 27, ABC Life Literacy Canada hosts Family Literacy Day, the largest national family literacy event in Canada. Literacy organizations, schools, libraries and media groups will coordinate numerous literacy-themed events and activities across the country in honour of this special initiative.
The Township of Stone Mills arranged to have new flooring installed in the Community Hall portion of the Library.
Both sides of the library have now reopened with regular hours.
Thank you for your patience.
FOOD4FINES is back for the entire month of December. During this period all branch locations will accept non-perishable, unexpired food items in place of cash for overdue library fines.
Did you know that we offer a newsletter service called NextReads? NextReads delivers library news and readers’ advisory suggestions to users via email.
Choose to subscribe to one, some or all of the following options: News & Events, Romance, Mysteries/Thrillers, Non-Fiction and Can-Lit. It is easy to reserve any of the books that pique your interest and you have the ability to unsubscribe at any time.