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Halloween Reads

Are you looking for a read that will give you a little fright? With Halloween just around the corner, now is the time to pick up a book that gives you that spine tingling, goose bump raising, heart pounding scare. From the real, to the deranged, to the downright creepy, any of these suggestions is bound to keep you up all night reading. Inspired by real events, The Exorcist is...
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Banned Books Week

Time to celebrate the freedom to read! Banned Books Week is celebrated from September 21 – 27. According to the American Library Association, Banned Books Week “highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community – librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types – in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even...
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Little Free Libraries – International Literacy Day

September 8th is International Literacy Day, and in honour of this event, today Windsor Public Library is proud to announce the official launch of the Little Free Libraries. Windsor Public Library, together with Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) and the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Life After Fifty, Essex Region Conservation Authority and the Douglas Marketing Group are happy to announce that the libraries will officially be coming to a community...
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Balloonapalooza

Windsor will be celebrating Balloonapalooza downtown this weekend, and in honour of that event we will be looking at balloon related items that we have to offer in WPL’s collection! The Red Balloon This short film is about Pascal, a young French boy who discovers a red balloon on the streets of Paris. With very little dialogue, this movie captures the story of the boy and the balloon as they...
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Little Free Library

Windsor Public Library and partners, Rotary Club of Windsor 1918, Rotary Club of Windsor Roseland, Life After Fifty, and Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) have been working on the Little Free Libraries (LFL) project for several months. In 2009 Rotarian Todd Bol built the very first LFL in honour of his mother, a former school teacher who loved reading. Since 2009, people in over 55 countries have installed more than...
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