Monthly Archives: March 2017

Readers’ Corner: Cooking

Maybe you love cooking. Maybe you hate cooking. Maybe you don’t know how you feel about cooking because you’ve never really tried it. But I think we can all agree that you like eating, and sometimes that requires you to cook whether you like it or know. So wouldn’t it be great to know how? […]

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Vlog Squad: All in Pieces

Bernadette​ reviews All in Pieces by Suzanne Young, and recommends downloading audiobooks through Sno-Isle Libraries​’ app: OverDrive for Libraries​. Request the book here: https://goo.gl/dDY3aI

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Featured Event: Drop-in Scratch Studio

Beginning coders, this program is for you – Drop-in Scratch Studio @Darrington Library Tuesday, March 28 1-2:30pm Join us for our Drop-In Scratch Studio. Invent, design and create your own games, animations or simulations. Basic coding skills will be introduced and expanded to help young people think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively. New to […]

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Inspiring Women

As you are no doubt aware, March is Women’s History Month. In honor of this, we asked the Sno-Isle Teen Ambassadors to tells us about the woman from history who inspires them, and a great book by or about them. We’d love to hear your answers in the comments, too!   She is considerably well-known, […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Sophie Someone

This week we have the ARC for Haley Long’s new book Sophie Someone, which isn’t released until March 28th! From the publisher: Sophie Nieuwenleven is sort of English and sort of Belgian. She and her family came to live in Belgium when she was only four or five, but she’s fourteen now and has never […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Kathy S., the New Teen Librarian at Snohomish

This week we are featuring Kathy, who is the new Teen Librarian at our Snohomish branch.   Marysville students might recognize her as “that librarian who ate a bug at our assembly,” though, since she worked at our Marysville branch for many years and had some very memorable school visits to promote the library’s Explore […]

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Trailer Tuesday: Pop Girl by Tallia Storm

Trailer Tuesday: Pop Girl by Tallia Storm

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Readers’ Corner: Obsessions & Compulsions

This week’s featured booklist covers a disorder that most of us can relate to, at least to some small extent: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or OCD. But the stories in these books will give you an idea of what’s it really like to suffer from severe obsessions and compulsions. There are also a couple of non-fiction […]

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Featured Event: Arduino

Ready to build a breadboard? Intro to Arduino for Teens (Build that Breadboard!) @ Camano Island Library Thursday, March 23, 2017 3:30-5:30pm Learn how to use an Arduino micro-controller. This program is for beginners who would like an introduction to Arduino, micro-controllers and electronics. (If you are already into Arduino and want to create something […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Piper Perish

This week we have the ARC for the newly released Piper Perish by Kayla Cagan. Isn’t that cover beautiful? From the publisher: Piper Perish and her two friends, Kit and Enzo, have long planned on getting out of Houston and going to art school in New York City together, but halfway through their senior year […]

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