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Next Meeting: Thursday January 18, 2018 from 6:00-7:30pm

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What I’m Reading

The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron

Genre: Dystopian Series: The Forgetting #1 The short story: Every twelve years, the forgetting happens. A bright light flashes across the sky and everybody forgets everything...who they are, who their family is, everything they've ever learned. Everyone except for Nadia that is. She has only lived through one forgetting when she was little, but she didn't forget like everybody else. Worse, she knows things that everybody doesn't know because they forgot....like her Dad isn't dead, he

By | October 23rd, 2017|

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Bookmark Makerspace

This month, use your creativity to make bookmarks. There are several options to choose from. Let your creativity and  imagination flow! Make as many as you want, and have fun!

By | October 3rd, 2016|Categories: FeaturedMakerspace|0 Comments
EricaTeen Library Assistant
This is Erica’s third school year as HPL’s Teen Library Assistant. She loves a wide variety of Fandoms especially Star Wars and Batman, taking ideas and making them a reality, and of course reading; Stephen King is her favorite.

Featured Author

807, 2017

April Henry

By | July 8th, 2017|

April Henry Visit her website HERE Interviews with April Henry     From an Interview with CrimeSpree Magazine Erica Ruth Neubauer: You write for both adults and children. Do you find it is easier to do one or the other? April Henry: My books for adults and my books for teens are not that different from each other. The main characters are the ages of the primary audience for that particular book (although I have a lot of crossover readers). And my YA books are shorter. But other than that, there’s not much difference. I don’t change the language