Hot New Books
- Cockroaches, by Jo Nesbo
- The Winter People, by Jennifer McMahon
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- Out on a Limb, by Benjamin Kilham
- The Museum of Extraordinary THings, by Alice Hoffman
- The Pagan Lord, by Bernard Cornwall
- The Visionist, by Rachel Urquhar
- On Northern Waters, by David Brownt
- On Such a Full Sea, by Chang-Rae Lee
- The Wind is Not a RIver, by Brian Payton
New Popular DVDs
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Hot New Children's Books
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Inequality for All February 23 6:30PM
A film on wealth inequality in America by Robert Reich. This film is co-sponsored with the Democracy Reading Group.
STOP MOTION ANIMATION FEB. 26TH 10:30am-12noon
FILMMAKER MEREDITH HOLCH WILL PRESENT A HANDS ON DEMONSTRATION, SHOW SAMPLES OF SHORT ANIMATION FILMS AND TEACH US HOW TO MAKE A STOP MOTION ANIMATION FILM USING A VIDEO CAMERA . AGES 9-16YRS.
LEGO CLUB VACATION CHALLENGE FEBRUARY 28 3:00-4:30.
CREATE A LEGO IGLOO or ARCTIC SUBSTATION.
SCRATCH PROGRAMMING MARCH 1ST 10:30am.-12noon
EDUCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR HESTER FULLER WILL HELP US UNDERSTAND AND CREATE WITH SCRATCH PROGRAMMING. SCRATCH IS A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE AND AN ONLINE COMMUNITY WHERE CHILDREN CAN PROGRAM AND SHARE INTERACTIVE MEDIA SUCH AS STORIES, GAMES, AND ANIMATION WITH PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. AGES 8 AND UP.
Library Nationally Recognized As America's Star Libraries
The Craftsbury Public Library is one of 3 libraries in the state
to be given the rank of Five Star Library. The November 2011 issue
of Library Journal features an article on the new Index of Public
The LJ Index rates U.S. public libraries with total expenditures of $10,000 or more which serve populations of at least 1000. Ratings are based on four per-capita service indicators:
- library visits
- program attendance
- public Internet computer use