National Library Week (April 4 - 10, 2021) is a time to celebrate our nation's libraries, library workers' contributions, and promote library use and support. The theme this year is "Welcome to Your Library" and we have a special lineup of information and events to celebrate!
Learn on Facebook
Visit our Facebook page on Monday, April 5 to learn:
1) how parents and caregivers can use Vroom to get easy, actionable ways to books the brains of young children
2) what books were challenged the most across the country in 2020
Online Book Presentations
Who’s That I Hear? by DJ Hill
Tuesday, April 6 • 5 pm
Local author DJ Hill hosts a live stream launch of her first children’s book. In this updated take on “Monster at the End of the Book,” the fear of ‘bumps in the night’ allows children to imagine what might be under the bed or in the closet, while following along with our young hero as he works up the courage to seek out the noise. The event is free and open to all.
Still Crazy by Judy Marshall
Friday, April 9 • 3 pm
This book tells of a woman’s journey through pain, betrayal, and forgiveness as she learns to hold on to her faith and, for the first time in her life, trust in herself. The online presentation will include raffle giveaways by the author, including a signed copy of the novel. The event is free and open to all.