Monthly Archives: June 2017

Featured Event – Pachyderm Intrigue

Pachyderm Intrigue & the Lessons Elephants Bring @ Coupeville Library Monday, June 19 2-3 p.m. Did you know elephants can hear and communicate over long distances using their feet? Photographer Donald J. Miller shares information and images from four decades of photographing elephants; most recently while assisting conservation projects for the desert elephants of Namibia, […]

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Vlog Squad: This Savage Song

Hannah is back, reviewing Victoria Schwab’s This Savage Song, a near future dark fantasy about two teens trying to survive in a world where violence literally spawns monsters. Get it from Sno-Isle Libraries here: https://goo.gl/MWrmpT

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Be True to Me

This week we’re giving away an Advanced Reader’s Copy of Be True to Me by Adele Griffin. It was released earlier this week on June 13th and our copies are still being processed. You could be the first one of your friends to read this historical summer romance! From the publisher: Told in two voices, Jean, […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Jocelyn from Lynnwood

This week we are featuring Jocelyn, the Teen Librarian from our Lynnwood branch.  Okay, Jocelyn, what have you read lately that you’d recommend to our readers? This is my Brain on Boys by Sarah Strohmeyer A quirky teen romance featuring a smart girl whose intelligence makes it difficult to interact with the world around her […]

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Marysville Teens win summer reading video contest

    Sarah Archer and Caedmon Calbero, juniors at Marysville Getchell High School, looked for the deeper meaning behind the Sno-Isle Libraries’ Explore Summer slogan “Build a Better World” to create a summer reading video that won the 2017 Washington Teen Video Challenge. Sarah and Caedmon are both enrolled in a video broadcast class at […]

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Trailer Tuesday: Under the Never Sky

Trailer Tuesday: Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

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Readers’ Corner: Rainbow Reads

You may know that June is Pride Month, and you can find out more about its history and how it’s celebrated at the Library of Congress. This week, I’d like to join in the festivities by sharing one of our GLBTQ-focused booklists called Rainbow Reads. It includes a variety of fiction and nonfiction for, by, […]

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Featured Event – Squirt Gun Painting

Teen Make-It Thursday: Squirt Gun Painting @ Arlington Library Thursday, June 15 3-4 p.m. Create a Pollock-esque canvas painting using a unique paint-delivery method: squirt guns! We’ll teach you how to create negative space on the canvas before you begin the squirting, and you can experiment with different types of paint to create unique patterns […]

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Weekend Book Giveaway: Trusting You & Other Lies

This week we’re giving away an Advanced Reader’s Copy of Trusting You and Other Lies by Nicole Williams.  This book isn’t out until Tuesday, June 20th, so you have the chance to read it before all of your friends can! From the publisher: Bestselling author Nicole Williams delivers a seductive summer romance worth swooning over. Perfect […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Melleny from Mukilteo

This week we are featuring Melleny, the Teen Librarian from our Mukilteo branch. Okay Melleny, what are your Top 3 Books so far this year? The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas A very realistic, enlightening, and moving book that’s extremely timely and important. Bandette by Tobin & Coover A fun graphic novel series about […]

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