Question: What has all the adventuresome buddy appeal of the Hardy Boys, the subtlety of Jane Austen in conveying late 18th, early 19th century European social nuance, and a shipload more of interest besides?
Personal Journeys: A Travelogue Series at the Library
Don’t miss the opportunity to see this beautiful and moving paper crane exhibit at the Library during the month of June. The display, to be found in the glass case located near the fiction collection, was arranged by YA Librarian Bri Johnson in celebration of the kind generosity shown to her by local teens during a recent illness.
Bri posted these words to elucidate this beautiful and moving exhibit:
All paper crane projects have a story.
Feed your craving for books! Come to the Friends of Barrington Library mini book sale on Saturday, June 7 from 10 to 2. The sale will be held in the lower level of the Library/Peck Center, at the Tap-IN entrance.
Planning a long trip? Maybe you can’t read a book as you are traveling, but how about listening to one? The library has many recorded books on cassette tape and CD. We also have a collecton of recorded books called Playaways, and we are belong to the RI Library E-Zone where you can use your library card to find hundreds of recorded books you can download at home. Check out the E-zone website today!