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I AM PUMPED!  Ironman 3 hits the big screen this weekend!  No, I will not be facing the crowded madness at the movie theater immediately after I post this blog.  Actually, I'm going to wait a few days.  I prefer a less chaotic cinematic experience.  Yes, I know you don't care.  Yes, I know you want me to get to the point.  Here it is -- trilogies are awesome.  Especially book trilogies.  I love a story with a good beginning, middle, and end.  And trilogies have an entire book dedicated to each.  That's why I call them a triple threat.  Discover your favorite today!
KIDS
13 Treasures by Michelle Harrison (#1)
Bindi Babes by Narinder Dhami (#1)
The Cabinet of Wonders by Marie Rutkoski (#1)
City of Fire by Laurence Yep (#1)
Gabriel's Horses by Alison Hart (#1)
Museum of Thieves by Lian Tanner (#1)

While celebrating National Poetry Month, you don't have to limit yourself to Dewey Decimal number 811.  There are many works of fiction written in verse.  This usually means two things:
1. The language may be sparse, but it is beautiful and very expressive.
2. With fewer words per page, these books are fast reads.

KIDS
Addie on the Inside by James Howe
Eva of the Farm by Dia Calhoun
Hate That Cat by Sharon Creech
Inside Out & Back Again by Thannha Lai
Like Pickle Juice on a Cookie by Julie Sternberg

Book Lust books by Nancy Pearl

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Volunteer applications are taken year round, but opportunities are available on a limited basis. During the school year times are available for special programs only. Applications will be held on file until opportunities arise. Volunteers are needed more during the summer to help with the library’s Summer Reading Program.