Chinese New Year technically may be over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn a bit more about it! Chinese New Year is the most important of the traditional Chinese festivals. It is a time of family reunion. Families thoroughly clean their house in order to sweep away any ill fortune and to make wayRead More
Check out “CAN YOU SOLVE THE MYSTERY?” our reading list of Mysteries for grades 2-3! Lots of great suggestions for mystery lovers there! One of the ‘best’ on our list is Blizzard of the Blue Moon by Mary Pope Osborne The Magic Tree House carries Jack and Annie to New York City in 1938 on aRead More
Book Review by Ms. Leslie Do you love games, puzzles, or scavenger hunts? Have you ever wondered who lives in those apartments overlooking Central Park? This book tells the story of 4 siblings who move from a modest home in Brooklyn to a luxury apartment in Manhattan when their father strikes it rich with hisRead More
Story time update from Miss Diane: BURR! What a snowy, icy winter this has been! But, we have been warm and busy during story time at the Fairfield Woods Branch Library. This week we watched a snowman melt right in front of our eyes, and we watched the moon change size!! A special treasure from our libraryRead More
Love to loom? Bring your loom and bands, grab a friend if you like, and come create at the Libraries. Middle school students will offer design tips to younger loomers at both locations. These are peer-led events; no formal instruction will be provided. Starbursts! will meet in the Children’s Room at the Main Library, 1080Read More
Book Review by Ms. Kristina The summary of this book from the FPL’s catalog: Twelve-year-old Alexander Baddenfield, the last in a long line of evil men who die young, has his cat’s extra eight lives transplanted into his own body, while his caretaker, Winterbottom, strives to keep him safe. I thoroughly enjoyed the tone and snarkinessRead More
Fairfield Public Library’s “Bookworm” & “Mysterious Society” member , Hazel Foley, has just learned that she won the PTA Reflections contest and her work is now headed to the statewide contest… The name of her poem? No surprise here… it’s simply her passion. Books by Hazel Foley If you’re sad or feelingRead More
Eighteen crafty kids at the Woods Branch Library made gorgeous 4-layer Valentines at the Take Your Child to the Library card workshop on February 1!