We know how much you enjoy browsing the library shelves and are happy to announce that the library has reopened for public use within specific limits. Library capacity is limited to 5 people, and library users are asked to limit visits to 30 minutes. Children under the age of 12 need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. To protect the safety of library users and staff, face coverings that cover one's mouth and nose are required to enter the library. Masks are available at the library entrance. Curbside service continues to be available. Thank you for helping us make our facility available to you.
The library continues to provide take-and-make activities for all ages. Stop in to discover our latest activities.
The Scholomance is a school of magic in which survival is far from certain, and every choice has potentially deadly consequences. No trip to the restroom or supply closet can be considered routine, and allies are a must. Choose your menu wisely since some of the options may be poisoned. There are not any instructors on site to save you, either. Outcast Galadriel (El) Higgins is committed to surviving, and she has decided the erstwhile hero of her class, Orion Lake, must die. True, he saved her twice, but his actions did put her in danger the first place. How can she have any hope of proving her powers, some which may fall on the dark end of the magic spectrum, if Orion keeps interfering? A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik is the first of planned trilogy that creates an elaborate, albeit sinister, magical world in which being an outcast isn’t just lonely—it can be deadly. Teen and adult fans of Harry Potter are sure to enjoy this book. (Better yet, there’s no need to wait long for the second book—The Last Graduate—which was just published last month.)