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May 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....

April 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....

Innovative Women in History

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INVENTIVE WOMEN IN HISTORY According to the old proverb, “Necessity is the Mother of Invention,” and Mothers of invention have frequently been women. Throughout March, Women’s History Month, Richmond Public Library is featuring the Picturing Women Inventors Poster Exhibit in the Main Library lobby. The poster exhibition highlights stories of inventors like Marilyn Hamilton, who after a hang-gliding accident in 1978 left her paralyzed, invented a lightweight wheelchair that was easy to maneuver. Diversity of background and age are...

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We're all out of tests again at our Main Library, but check with our Broad Rock, East End, Ginter Park, & North Avenue branches! For more info on COVID-19, community testing events, and other places where you can find at-home tests, visit https://buff.ly/3sDzccY.

Every Monday from 1-3pm our West End branch hosts "One More Stitch" a program where community members meet up to knit, crochet or work with various fiber arts. New members of all levels are welcome. #knitting #crochet #fiberarts
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May 16th is #NationalBiographersDay! Take a look at our catalog and see if there are any biographies you'd like to check out.
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