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Thank you to every one who planned and attended our Louise Penny tea. Meat pies, croissants and conversation were enjoyed by all. Rosa was able to attend but was thankfully quiet. 

1st Annual Lego Contest & Exhibit

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In partnership with the Boys & Girls Club or Vergennes we are excited to host a lego construction contest & exhibit.

ONLY 60 CONSTRUCTIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED – 1ST COME, FIRST SERVED

Construction

Entries must consist primarily of LEGO, Duplo, Megablocks or other LEGO compatible plastic bricks and related pieces.
Entries must be original creations, not based on LEGO-designed kits or instructions found on-line in a magazine, etc.

Age Groups

Every ent…

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Masha is one of our "Ilk"

Even on the radio, Masha’s library connection comes through. Listen to her calling in to “A Way with Words” do discuss her families use of “ilk”.

https://soundcloud.com/waywordradio/1513-caller-masha-ilk

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2018 - 2019 Dorothy's List

Dorothy’s List for 2018 – 2019
Abdul-Jabbar & Obstfeld– Becoming Kareem: Growing Up On And Off The Court
Applegate— Wishtree
Bartok– The Wonderling
Bowling– Insignificant Events In The Life Of A Cactus
Bunker– Felix Yz
Cartaya– The Epic Fail Of Arturo Zamora
Cheng– See You In The Cosmos
Dee– Halfway Normal
Emerson– Last Day On Mars
Glaser– The Vanderbeekers Of 141St Street
Gratz– Ban This Book
Gratz– Refugee
Harris– I’m Just No Good At Rhyming And Other Nonsense For Mischievous …

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February's Adult Collection Highlights

Reviews by the Adult Services Librarian – Laksamee Putnam

The Weight of a Piano by Chris Cander
An engrossing tale about how a piano creates intersecting stories of Katya and Clara, two strong women working hard to rebuild their shattered lives. It is impossible to put down and impossible to forget.

The Kingdom of Copper by S. A. Chakraborty
Sequel to The City of Brass, this adult fantasy series is filled with magical djinn and political intrigue. This book continues the adventures of Nahri, …

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February's New Arrivals to the Children's Section

Reviews by the Youth Services Librarian – Rachel Plant

My Diary From the Edge of the World by Jodi Lynn Anderson
This book is a crazy wild ride! Gracie Lockwood lives with her family in the small town of Clifton. Their life is filled with amazing things, a nearby road often has migrating dragons flying overhead, it is not uncommon to see hunting mermaids flocking to the beaches. That’s pretty much day to day stuff. The one concerning thing: when a dark cloud arrives above your house … this …

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