Tag Archives: Authors

Video Poems on Display by Gregory Stasiak

With the relaunch of WPL’s freshly painted Community Art Wall, we are excited to announce our next exhibit from local artist, Gregory Stasiak. A member of the Arts Council of Windsor & Region and Artcite Inc; Stasiak’s exhibit mixes the mediums of both poetry and performance art to help us celebrate National Poetry Month for April 2016. Through the use of an ATM machine, Stasiak creates what would seem to most,...
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What WPL is reading: September

Just like that the summer is over. Not sure how that happened, but there’s nothing wrong with the fall. Kids are back in school, the leaves are starting to change, and it’s nice and cool outside. While this month is always hectic as we get through the September rush, we at WPL are still finding time to read some great books. It’s perfect reading weather right now, so hopefully our...
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What WPL is reading: August

August is flying by. The summer is almost over, which is hard to believe. It’s a crazy time with barbecues, baseball games, community events, and so much more. While we would love to have more time in the sun with our books, we are also happy with what we have. August has been a great month at WPL, we’ve had a great summer with lots of fun. We have also...
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Library Live Celebrate Robert Munsch and Maurice Sendak

Congratulations Library Live Children’s Club members on reading the wild Maurice Sendak books and the hilarious Robert Munsch books.  Your favourites were ‘Smelly Socks’,  MMM Cookies’, and ‘MOOSE’ all by Robert Munsch, you fell over laughing at the stories.  Tuesday, July 15 from 5:00 p.m. – 6:45 pm we are celebrating Eric Carle with a huge PAINTING PARTY.  Come join the fun....
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Guest Blogger Jennifer Nantais on Local Ecology and History

Welcome back to another edition of Windsor Public Library’s Guest Blogger series. We hope you’re enjoying learning about the reading habits of your fellow Windsorites as much as we’re enjoying sharing them with you. This month’s guest blogger Jennifer Nantais, a local naturalist and educator, shares with us some of her go-to books about ecology and history – two of her favorite subjects!  Three for Thought 1. The Sibley Field Guide...
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April Reads

Although April is behind us, it looks like its showers are following us into May. Why not grab a book from your local library and cozy up for a rainy weather read? Read on for some suggestions from my 2015 Reading Challenge. The Fire Sermon by Francesca Haig (Book Written This Year) This was a book I found on our New Books Shelf and I am so glad I picked...
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Goodreads Book Club Gets Author’s Attention

Haven’t joined WPL’s online book club yet? Now would be a great time to start! We’re currently reading Erik Larson’s fascinating non-fiction book, The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America and we’re already getting some lively discussions going. Everyone has a different first impression and we’re all looking forward to the upcoming movie staring Leonardo Dicaprio! In fact, the discussion is...
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