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July Book Chat with the Youth Services Team

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Welcome back to the next installment in our new series of blog posts featuring children's books we're currently loving! "Book Chat with the Youth Services Team" features one book recommendation from each of our Youth Services team members. We cover a variety of books from fiction to non-fiction, picture books to chapter books, graphic novels and more! We hope that this month's reading recommendations get you excited about some awesome new books we've added to our collection as well as some oldies but goodies....

Hello, Hellosaurus!

Meg Raymond
June 20, 2022
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Hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service that allows Richmond Public Library card holders to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows – up to six borrows per month.  Hoopla content can be accessed on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV!  Borrowed content can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later.   (Pro tip: download content to your device from any library branch, using RPL wi-fi, and then read, watch, or listen at home). Hoopla...

June Book Chat with the Youth Services Team

childrens
families
reading-recommendations

Welcome back to the next installment in our new series of blog posts featuring children's books we're currently loving! "Book Chat with the Youth Services Team" features one book recommendation from each of our Youth Services team members. We cover a variety of books from fiction to non-fiction, picture books to chapter books, graphic novels and more! We hope that this month's reading recommendations get you excited about some awesome new books we've added to our collection as well as some oldies but goodies....

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Dr. Karen Sherry from the Virginia Museum of History and Culture will be our guest as she tells the story of the Traveling Exhibition Agents of Change. This engaging exhibit explores the impact of women's activism in the world of yesterday and today.
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Our North Avenue branch will be hosting movie matinees every Saturday at 2pm. Today we will be watching Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
https://rvalibrary.libcal.com/event/9437007

Come to Main library's Innovation Lab tomorrow from 2-4pm and make wildflower seed balls to beautify your yard or to deploy on a walk - seeds and materials provided. Students ages 5 - 12.
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