Check out these great virtual author and illustrator events, curated by author Kate Messner and by Stimola Literary Studio!
It’s hard enough as adults to understand the changes in the world around us right now, but if you are trying to explain things to your children or grandchildren (or nieces or nephews or cousins), here are some resources for different ages that can help.
List of websites where you can take virtual tours or watch live videos of cultural locations.
Great tips, tricks and resources for working from home!
Colouring is one of our favourite things at the library. It’s not only fun, but it can be a great activity if you’re working on mindfulness or managing anxiety.
Now more than every it is important to ensure that the places you get your health information from are reputable and accurate. But how do you know?
If you’re teaching your children from home for the first time, we’ve got resources for you! And not just ones that you can access with your library card, many of these are freely available for anyone. We want to make sure that you have quality resources that can help make things easier for you and your children, so keep an eye out for future posts on this topic.
It’s time for #BigLibraryRead! Join the discussion & borrow the featured title from our digital collection: ‘Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic’ by Michael McCreary.