Graubner Library Saturday May 5th 10:00 am – 6::00 PM
Drop in for some super hero movies, free comics, and crafts! Just stop by the conference meeting room!
Kezar Library Thursday May 11th 6::00 PM
Join us for a bloody good time when author, Tom Carr speaks about his book Blood on the Mitten. “In Blood on the Mitten, crimes of passion, crimes of necessity and cold, calculated evil take on flesh, bones and blood. These 57 illustrated, read-out loud tales from across time also look at the historical context of murder, in Michigan and beyond.” Books will be available for purchase and signing.
Graubner Library Thursday May 4th 7:00 pm
Join us for an evening of artistic beauty as local resident and floral expert Sherry Sanelli guides us through the techniques for creating beautiful flower arrangements. Vivid colors mixed with pleasant scents are guaranteed. No registration necessary, but seating is limited.
Have you ever finished a great book and wanted to find more just like it? Or wanted to help your child find just the right book to read? Romeo District Library now offers NoveList, a helpful resource to help readers match up with the books that are right for them.
The NoveList database connects readers to their next book by making recommendations for what to read next. One of the most popular elements is read-alikes. This feature suggests titles that are ‘just like’ other titles. If you’ve just finished a great book, log into NoveList and find great read-alikes. There are also read-alikes for authors and series. Consider NoveList your one-stop guide to great reading. It contains lists of recommended reads and award-winning books. It covers titles for all ages from the youngest readers to adults.
Library usage is critical component in literacy and educational success, and NoveList provides valuable support. By identifying the right books for every reader, it helps younger readers achieve reading success. Parents, teachers, and students can search by age, reading level, grade, and more.
Ask about NoveList on your next visit to the library. Or get started here The service is also available from home by logging in with Romeo District Library card.