November is picture book month! Three for Thursday!

Each Thursday in November I will review three picture books that are available in Infosoup!

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn Kenard Pak 2016

 

This is a beautifully illustrated book with an appealing font that perfectly captures the turn of the seasons between summer and autumn. It reflects on the beautiful colors we see in fall, how nature is preparing for winter, and how we are pulling out our woolens! Simply lovely!

http://search.infosoup.org/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2100493?lang=eng

Because your grandparents love you Andrew Clements 2015

This is a perfect book for Grandparents' Day! The story is set on a farm and the grandparents show restraint and patience with their grandchildren because THEY LOVE THEM!

http://search.infosoup.org/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2058312?lang=eng

Nowhere Hair Sue Glader 2010

This is a nice, gentle, bouncy, happy way to explain what happens to mom's hair when she has undergone chemotherapy.

http://search.infosoup.org/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1917113?lang=eng

 

14th annual, come celebrate with us!

Tickets are on sale at the library for $20 in advance. You can purchase tickets at the door for $25 on the evening of the event. Thank you!

Important things to know for your right to vote in Wisconsin!

The elections are four weeks from today. Are you ready?

An excellent tool for information about voting in Wisconsin is available here.

 

Here is a visual about acceptable forms of Voter ID:

And going local, here are the directions for voting absentee in our area:

A couple of great Pulitzer prize winners are available on Overdrive!

I have discovered Pulitzer prize winning books! The award was established in 1917 by provisions in the will of Joseph Pulitzer who made his fortune as a newspaper publisher. The award is administered in New York City by Columbia University. I was blown away by The Orphan Master's Son, publication date 2013.

I was also blown away by All the Light We Cannot See, publication date 2015.