Tag Archives: Reading

Make with WPL!

Inspired by the positive feedback we’ve been getting to our “What’s Cooking at WPL” features, we’ve decided to try something similar with our craft and DIY collections!  We’ve invited staff to submit photos of projects they’ve completed using materials from our shelves.  The books in our craft, decorating and DIY collections are among the most heavily used in the system. It seems that many of you turn to your public...
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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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May Reads

May was a lazy reading month for me, I’ve only got through two titles!  I took the picture for this months post at the Field Museum in Chicago, IL. They have an amazing dinosaur exhibit and this particular dinosaur is SUE the T-Rex! Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton (I Own but Never Read) I love love love the Jurassic Park movies. And in light of the upcoming premier of Jurassic...
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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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