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Battle of the Books

Let the battle begin! Join our middle school Battle of the Books team to see who can answer the most book trivia questions correctly against teams from the Hudson, Stow-Munroe Falls, and Twinsburg Libraries during our virtual event on July 15 at 3 pm.

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ISSUE 10 – Thank You from Executive Director, Pam Hickson-Stevenson

On behalf of the Library Board of Trustees, the Library staff, and Library users of all ages, I extend my thanks to the voters who supported the Library by voting for Issue 10. With the renewal of the 1.9 mill operating levy for six years, the Library will continue providing a top-notch collection of materials to borrow, fun and informative programs to attend, and innovative services to use. The levy provides about 55% or approximately $14.7 million of the Library’s total income.

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Second Monday Movie Club

Do you like watching movies? Do you want to talk about them? Watch And Then There Were None starring Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, and Louis Hayward on your own – and then join us as we discuss this classic suspense film.

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“The Darkest Evening” Murder Mystery

Do you like a good mystery? Do you like to try to solve them before the solution is explained? If so, then register for our upcoming murder mystery program, Darkest Evening Murder Mystery: A Country House Mystery. Staff from across the library system will present this program virtually on April 21 from 6 pm to 7 pm. Four suspects will give their interview statements, and you can guess the who, where, when, and why of the murder.

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Work Together Wednesday: What Children Learn Through Block Play

During block play, children develop reading, writing, math, science, language, and social skills. When children build with blocks, children learn about sizes and shapes, spatial relationships, math concepts, and problem-solving. When children lift, shove, stack, and move blocks, they know about weight and size.

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Week of the Young Child: Exploring Music at Home

Parents are their children's first teachers, and we know young children learn best through play. What better way to teach your child than through music play? Here is a list of ideas of how you can enjoy music with your child and activities that will help with brain development and getting your child ready to read. Most importantly, remember to relax and make it a joyful time for you and your child.

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