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Books to Help Your Child Learn About the Holocaust | Abington Community Library

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Is your child asking questions or learning about the Holocaust in school? Are you looking for resources to give your child or read alongside him or her? Check out a list of age-appropriate books below, available for checkout through the Lackawanna County Library System. Keep in mind that the age […]

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Spring Book Sale & More! | Abington Community Library

April 8 is a busy day for the Library! Across the street at the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church will be the Friends Spring Book Sale from 8:30AM-2PM. At that same location, drop off unused or expired medications during the Drug Take-Back Event (No needles, inhalers, or liquid medications, please). Between 10:00AM and 4:00PM stop […]

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Teen Reading Lounge Session Postponed | Carbondale Public Library

Teen Reading Lounge (TRL) at the Carbondale Public Library scheduled for Thursday, March 16th will be postponed until Thursday, March 30th @ 5 PM.

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We Love DIY! | Abington Community Library

Whether it’s DIY To Go for Adults or DIY To Go: Teen Edition, Abington Community Library loves DIY. Look for these events monthly (on our printable Month-At-A-Glance Calendar) so you can add to your calendar a trip to the library to pick up your DIY packet to go. Until then, try this cool (or should we […]

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Anastasia on Broadway | Kids

Taylor Community Library is conducting a bus trip on June 3, 2017, to see Anastasia on Broadway.  Tickets are $129.00 per person and includes bus and the show.  Deposit of $65.00 is due by Jan.  31. For reservations or more information, contact the library.

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Teen Battle of the Book Survey | Teens

We are seeking teen input for the 2017 Teen Battle of the Books. You can help decide what books you will have to read to compete against other teams from around the Lackawanna County Library System by taking the survey below. Please take the survey for the grade you will be entering in the 2017-2018 school […]

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Online Tutoring Available During Winter Break | Albright Memorial Library

Whether you are taking a class during the winter session or have a school assignment to complete, Tutor.com provides online tutoring with real tutors every day from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM. The live, one-on-one sessions can be used for any subject from the elementary level to adult literacy. You can also take advantage of […]

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Holiday Book Buying Guide for Young Adults | Albright Memorial Library

Give the Young Adult in your life these amazing librarian recommended books this holiday season.  Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens agenda by Becky Albertalli Sixteen-year-old and not-so-openly gay Simon Spier prefers to save his drama for the school musical. But when an email falls into the wrong hands, his secret is at risk of being […]

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Holiday Book Buying Guide for Kids and Babies | Albright Memorial Library

Books are a great gift for all ages!  Here are some great suggestions from library staff members for Kids and Babies: Snuggle up with Mother Goose edited by Iona Opie and illustrated by Rosemary Wells. Lap reading with babies means sharing sweet verses like these beloved Mother Goose rhymes. Books and vibrant language are vitally […]

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Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol at the Library | Albright Memorial Library

Celebrate the holiday season with Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Actor Bob Hughes will be reading and performing a play adaptation of this classic tale on Sunday, December 4 in the Reference Department at the Albright Memorial Library. Light refreshments will be available. Handicapped accessible. Families are welcome. This event is free and open to […]

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