Join us at the Romeo Graubner District Library on Thursday, February 18th at 7pm as Lizzie Borden and Romeo collide. Sarah Miller, our own beloved library employee and 5ft 3 in. power house of a writer, will be doing a book signing for the release of her newest book: The Borden Murders. Well-researched and historically accurate, this book will easily draw the reader into all the events of that blood-spattered morning of August 4th, 1892. Soon to be a classic work, so don’t delay–get your autographed copy today. No registration required.
The Romeo District Library is happy to announce that we are now offering online tutoring to residents. All you need is your library card to get started. You can use the service on your desktop, tablet, or phone.
Subjects covered by the service include: Math, English (and ESL), Science, Writing, Social Studies, Spanish, Test Prep, Job Search, and Resume Help. Click here to start.
The Romeo District Library is always open wherever you may be. With our mobile catalog apps for iOS or Android device, you can be sure to have access anytime and anyplace. Read, watch or listen to ebooks, magazines, audiobooks, movies, and music with our download and streaming services such as Overdrive, Hoopla, Freegal and Zinio. To learn more or if you need assistance please contact the library, RDL247@romeodistrictlibrary.org or 586-752-0603, ext. 101 and we will be happy to help.
The Romeo District Library is happy to announce that we are now offering Freegal. Download up to 5 MP3s a week and stream 3 hours of music daily from an amazing library of music. Click here to get started.
The Romeo District Library is happy to announce Battle of the Books 2016. The Battle of the Books was started to get kids excited about reading. This year’s competition will be for any 5th grade student living in Romeo, Washington or Bruce or enrolled in Romeo Community Schools. Battle of the Books is energetic academic competition that builds comprehension and vocabulary skills, teaches teamwork and reinforces just how fun reading can be!
Teams of three to five students and one adult coach* each read the same 11 pre-assigned books over six months. These books have been selected by Romeo District Library staff, titles include a wide range of reading levels and subjects. Thanks to the generosity of the Friends of the Romeo District Library, all teams receive a set of books. In addition to reading the books, teams choose a team name then dress accordingly.
During the “battle” (a 100-question exam), a moderator asks questions that relate to one of the following: a direct quote from one of the book characters; a statement about something that happens in the book; a passage taken directly from the book; details about an illustration or picture. Winning teams receive prizes and the name of the team will be listed on the Romeo District Library Battle of the Books plaque located at both the Graubner and Kezar libraries.
- Informational Meeting at the Kezar Library**– October 6, 6:00 pm or October 8, 6:00 pm
- Final sign up date for teams – January 11, 2016
- Battle of the Books contest at the Graubner Library – March 26, 11:00 am
*Teams must have 3 to 5 members of 5th grade students who are enrolled in the 5th grade at Romeo Community Schools or be 5th grade students who live in Romeo, Washington or Bruce. Coaches must be 18 years of age or older.
**At this time, teams and their coaches will fill out participation forms, be given the rules and procedures for the Battle and their Battle books.
For more information, please contact Stacie Guzzo, Kezar Library 586-752-2583 or email@example.com.
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