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With every book, you go back to school. You become a student. You become an investigative reporter. You spend a little time learning what it's like to live in someone else's shoes.
It begins with picture books, beginning chapter books, family read-alouds, and all kinds of fiction from middle grade to young adult. Books made into movies are great fun, but they are no substitute for imagining what it feels like to be a character springing from the pages of a book. Research tells us that there is a correlation between the lack of reading good fiction and an increase in unkind behaviors and bullying among the young. Reading teaches empathy. Set a goal to read more fiction this school year.
Some Odds and Ends:
Any community member who is interested in serving on the library’s Board of Trustees or the Friends of Ross Library Board can fill out an application at the main desk.
Call 570 748-3484 or 570 748-3321 for the library’s code to sign onto Overdrive (e-books) or the Power Library through the library webpage www.rosslibrary.org . Put this number before your own 5 digit library card. If you have a four digit card number, put a zero first to create five digits.
Tumblebooks and Book Flix are available through the library webpage. Tumblebooks are e-books for young people. You can click directly onto the Tumblebook icon and you do not need the code. Book Flix is part of the Power Library, so you will need the code.
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Another great resource available through the Ross Library website at www.rosslibrary.org
is Tumblebooks, e-books for children.
There are picture books and informational books
for a wide range of ages.
It’s a great way to squeeze in a few more stories
for your child while you cook dinner!
No password is needed.
CLICK on the Tumblebooks icon on the right column of the website.
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About Youth Services at Ross
Activities for babies, children, and young adults.
Dynamic story times, hands-on art fun,
and interactive young
Clifford’s Doghouse Educational play area
manipulatives, and a train table
available for exploration and play.
Collection of audio books, CD’s, read-alongs, and magazines,
along with current and classic print titles for all reading levels,
as well as four AWE Early Literacy Station computers.
In addition, puppets, story kits, big
picture book extension materials available
arrangement for educational use.
Special events for children throughout the year,
such as author visits and entertainers,
and our summer reading program offers a gamut of daily activities.
LHU students, home school students, pre-schools,
daycares, and educators and parents are
encouraged make use of our abundant resources.
to building community through collaboration and service.
Interested in receiving an e-letter with program information,
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contact Nancy Antram, Youth Librarian, at email@example.com.