Displays

November Displays

Every month, Reader’s Advisory puts out different displays in the area surrounding our desk.  For us, it’s a fun way to tie in the materials we love to the specific month or season!  Anything that is on the cubes can be checked out, just like anything else in the library!

For the month of November, there are several different exciting displays to choose from.

“Honoring Our Veterans,” located on the left book cube, is fiction and movies about those who serve or have served in the armed forces.

“Love Books? Write One!,” located on the center book cube, is a display focusing on November as National Novel Writing Month.  It is a mix of books that started as NaNoWriMo projects and books about writing and authors.  If you’re interesting in National Novel Writing Month, you can get more information at http://nanowrimo.org/

“Class of…,” located on the CD display cube, is music from different eras.  Currently the classes of 1976, 1986, 1996, and 2006 are represented on each side of the cube.

“Reading, the Best Only Game in Town: Book Selections from This Year’s Book Lover’s Day,” located on our corner display, is books from 2016’s Book Lover’s Day, as well as previous years.  Check out the accompanying Billboard slideshow!

The fiction film wall contains “Favorite Movies About Games and Sports,” those films that take place in the world of sporting competitions.  The nonfiction film wall is “How to Excel at Playing Them,” which features documentaries, how-tos, and films about playing different sports and games.

Our Teen display this month is “A Pinch of This, a Dash of That,” a fun combination of genre reads.

Check out the slideshow below for photos of each of these displays.
We encourage you to come in and check out these displays for yourself; you can always take something home!

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Displays

October Displays

Every month, Reader’s Advisory puts out different displays in the area surrounding our desk.  For us, it’s a fun way to tie in the materials we love to the specific month or season!  Anything that is on the cubes can be checked out, just like anything else in the library!

For the month of October, there are several different exciting displays to choose from.

“Holiday Pot Luck,” located on the left book cube, is fiction based around all the year’s holidays, with a side focused on the upcoming holiday of Halloween.

“Sarcasm,” located on the center book cube, are books that have that most misunderstood of sensibilities.  The accompanying bookmarks (which are free to take home) define it this way: sarcasm /särˌkazem/ noun – the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.

“Guitar Greats,” and “We’re More than Just Music,” located on the CD display cube, is music focused on guitar performance.  Also located on one side of the CD display cube is “I Fall to Pieces,” music focusing on the upcoming holiday of Halloween.

“Halloween,” located on our corner display, is books in the horror genre.  Check out the accompanying Billboard slideshow!  This display until recently was “Epicurean Mysteries,” cozy mysteries centered around food and recipes.

The fiction film wall contains “Halloween Horror,” movies to frighten and delight on Halloween.  The nonfiction film wall is “October is National Adopt-a-Pet Month,” which features documentaries, how-tos, and films about cats, dogs, and other adoptable kinds of pets.

Check out the slideshow below for photos of each of these displays.
We encourage you to come in and check out these displays for yourself; you can always take something home!

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Displays

March Displays

Every month, Reader’s Advisory puts out different displays in the area surrounding our desk.  For us, it’s a fun way to tie in the materials we love to the specific month or season!  Anything that is on the cubes can be checked out, just like anything else in the library!

For the month of March, there are several different exciting displays to choose from.

“Light and Literary Reads,” located on the left book cube, is general literary fiction that is a bit lighter in tone.

“Globetrotters: Stories from Near and Fear,” located on the center book cube, is fiction set in many different locales around the world.

“Perfect Pitch,” located on the CD display cube, is music by outstanding vocalists.

“Spotlight On: Women’s History Month,” located on our corner display, are books that are centered on women’s history and written by women.  Check out the accompanying Billboard slideshow!

The film walls feature fiction and nonfiction films focused on Women’s History Month.

Check out the slideshow below for photos of each of these displays.
We encourage you to come in and check out these displays for yourself; you can always take something home!

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