Monthly Archives: February 2018

Trailer Tuesday: Piper

Trailer Tuesday: Piper by Jay Asher Post your book trailer suggestions in the comments below.

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Readers’ Corner: Graphic Novels

This week’s booklist features our top favorite Graphic Novels in preparation for the weekends upcoming Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC). ECCC is one of the most attended Comic Cons in the US, having gathered over 91,000 fans during last years four-day weekend adventure.  The largely attended 2017 Con even featured one of the comic worlds […]

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Featured Event: GAGGLE: A Community Coffeehouse & Open Mic

Stanwood Camano Resource Center Thursday, March 01: 6:30pm – 8:00pm Age group: Teens (15-19 years), Elementary/Middle Tweens (10-14 years), Adults (20-85+ years) Event type:   Community Event The Gaggle coffeehouse offers an eclectic blend of music, poetry, storytelling, comedy, improv, etc. Join the audience or perform your latest work. For ages 12 & up. Sign-up starts […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Jessica’s YA Romance Picks

This week we’re featuring a top 3 list of YA Romance titles, as curated by Jessica, the Teen Librarian at our Oak Harbor community library.  Hopefully you’re all ready for some swoon-worthy reads, because these are fantastic books! Take it away, Jessica! “I’ll admit it – I’m a sucker for a heart-fluttering, sweet, funny, and […]

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Trailer Tuesday: Everless

Trailer Tuesday: Everless by Sara Holland Post book trailer suggestions in the comments below.

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Reader’s Corner: #OwnVoices

This week’s featured booklist focuses on diversity with the #OwnVoices Booklist. The #OwnVoices movement was started with a simple hashtag suggestion by Corinne Duyvis who wanted a way to identify youth literature about diverse characters written by a member of the marginalized community it depicts, allowing them to be a voice in their own storytelling. […]

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Featured Event: Drop-in Job Help

Lynnwood Library Wednesday, February 21 3:00pm – 5:00pm Drop-in Job Help with a WorkSource specialist. Where support for most job-match sites stops at the keyboard WorkSource and Sno-Isle Libraries offer you access to career specialists who can help you with your job hunt. Let the WorkSource team help you with answers to your job search […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Marta’s Tunes for All the Feels of Coco

Did you know that Coco comes out on DVD February 27th? We did! You can even get on the waiting list for the 66 copies we’ve got on order now if you like. In the meantime, we’re featuring a list of free stream-able songs to give you all the feels of Coco, as compilied by […]

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Featured Event: Teen Gaming: Card Games and Board Games

Monroe Library Tuesday, February 27 3:30pm – 5:00pm Join us this week for some old-school fun! Choose from a variety of board and card games bring your own favorite game to share or battle your Teen Librarian using our Yu-Gi-Oh starter decks. Supported by the Friends of the Monroe Library.

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Trailer Tuesday: Warcross

Trailer Tuesday: Warcross by Marie Lu Post your book trailer suggestions in the comments below.

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