Monthly Archives: April 2017

Vlog Squad: Caraval

Alex was in a serious reading slump, until she opened Caraval by Stephanie Garber​. “Caraval is kind of Tim Burton-esque. Everything is magical, but something seems a little bit off…It’s just a game, but it’s so easy to get lost…” Get in line to read this hot new book through Sno-Isle Libraries ASAP! https://goo.gl/AAqYtE

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Pyromantic

This week we’re giving away a brand new copy of Pyromantic by local author Lish McBride. Pyromantic is the sequel to Firebug. Isn’t this cover awesome? From the publisher: Ava is having a rough time. Getting rid of Venus didn’t set her free―she’s still Coterie. Her new boss seems like an improvement, but who knows […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Lish McBride

This week we are featuring Lish McBride, author of the newly released Pyromantic. Lish is a local author with a dark sense of humor. Lish is definitely a sparkly unicorn, but if you meet her in person she may be missing her horn!   Lish confessed that she had a hard time picking three books. “So I […]

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Climate action and teens

Last weekend we celebrated Earth Day. At Sno-Isle Libraries we always have our planet on our mind. From compost bins in all of our community libraries to recycling used materials into new craft projects, we know our resources are limited and we try to be good stewards of the environment. Recently two nationally recognized leaders on climate […]

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Trailer Tuesday: You Don’t Know My Name

Trailer Tuesday: You Don’t Know My Name by Kristen Orlando

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Readers’ Corner: Music Fiction

If you’re one of those people who are really into music, you’ll like this week’s featured teen booklist: Music Fiction. It includes stories in which music plays a vital role. It may be new music or old music, real music you’ve heard or inventions of the author’s imagination. It could center on those who make […]

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Featured Event: Robotics for Tweens and Teens

Robotics fans won’t want to miss this event – Robotics for Tweens and Teens @ Mill Creek Library Saturday, April 29 9-10 am Join the Skunkworks Robotics team 1983 from Raisbeck Aviation High School for robot demonstrations, building small Lego robots, and learning more about the robotics team. For grades 3 and up.

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The Reading Without Walls Challenge

Have you heard about the Reading Without Walls Challenge? National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature and author Gene Luen Yang wants you to expand your reading horizons, and get out of your comfort zone. Here is Gene to tell you more: Reading outside your own experience gives you a better understanding of other people and the world, making […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: The One Memory of Flora Banks

This week we’re giving away an advance reader’s copy of The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr. It’s not published until May 2nd, so you can be one of the first to to read it! The book is being described as the movie Memento meets We Were Liars and Everything, Everything. From the […]

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Trailer Tuesday: Held

Trailer Tuesday: Held by Edeet Ravel

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