The sounds & smells of spring bring a visceral reaction.
Not just a great book for the season but the title sums it all up.
Daffodil shoots are shooting. Mud buckets & boots are out for the grandkid’s mud kitchen and I’m itching to get my fingers in the dirt.
The seed library is stocked and ready for browsing. We’ll have a seed planting activity afterschool the week before Mother’s day.
Teddy Bear Tea is on the Calendar for Saturday, May 11 at 11 am.
Caterpillar Lab Open House will be introducing Marlborough’s caterpillars on Tuesday, May 31st, 1-3 pm at the library.
Lady bug larvae are developing nicely and getting lots of attention at the circulation desk thanks to birthday boy, Lex. We love the sense of wonder & discovery for all of our patrons and visitors.
We’ll continue discovery & wonder opportunities with our Library Worms. They are settling into their bin thanks to help from Juliet Cormier. Shredded coir & newspaper and just the right amount of moisture. Thanks to our Summer Learning Grant. (Funding for the NH State Library Summer Learning Grant is provided by the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation and funds administered by the NH State Library and provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services) The worms are just the 1st step in the possibilities for discovery and wonder we plan to share with our community this summer so stay tuned as we get ready to explore an “Ocean of Possibilities”.
Nicki celebrates her 8th year at circulation desk this week, recommending, displaying & collecting books for adults and families. We are so grateful to work and read with her.
Friend, Jackie Leahy, spent the morning sorting & organizing the Book Sale cart so be sure to pop in and stock up for your TBR (to be read) pile.
Weather you observe Ramadan, Passover, Easter or some other tradition, I hope you turn towards the sun and soak in the green. Come grow with us at Frost Free.