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 15 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.
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Fall is a season of crisp air, crunching leaves, and seasonal traditions. In Rainbow Rowell’s graphic novel Pumpkinheads, the setting is a pumpkin patch-themed park and our heroes are two work friends—Josiah, who is sad to see his final season at the park to come to an end, and Deja, who is on a mission to get Josiah to finally talk to his crush of three pumpkin seasons, The Fudge Girl (actual name: Marcy). Their mission takes them on a zig-zagging trek through the assorted booths and food stands as the friends reflect on the end of an era and future possibilities. Will Josiah finally talk to Marcy? You’ll have to read the book to find out, but rest assured that there’s humor, heart, a bit of action, and a quest for vengeance. The book captures that sense of “lasts” associated with the senior of high school and the thrill of new opportunities on the horizon.