CCPLS Associate Director Jonathan McKeown promotes learning at the library by sharing his gigantic collection of Legos with all of our library branches. Jonathan often presents our Lego programs, which are always a huge hit at Cobb County Public Libraries. Lego play has been shown to help develop and reinforce early literacy skills. It encourages
Hello! My winner this week is a very interesting book. It is Call me gorgeous! by Giles Milton. It is about an animal that has parts from lots of different animals. But the best part of this book is the pictures. Each page shows you a little bit of the animal. And at the end
Patty Latch is the Head of Youth and Media Services at the Switzer Library. She manages the Hattie G. Wilson Youth Services Department, which is downstairs at Switzer Library. Ms. Patty is perhaps most famous for running our enormous Book Sales every year, which benefit the library system. Come by and visit Ms. Patty soon!
Good morning! I can’t believe it is Thanksgiving this week! I do not have a Thanksgiving book to share with you, but I do have a book about friendship. It is called The sunflower sword by Mark Sperring. It is about a little boy who wants to be a knight. He asks his mom to
The Cobb County Public Library System calendar features several events during the week of Thanksgiving for school age patrons on break, including: Minecraft for Home Schoolers at Powder Springs Library is Monday, noon to 3 p.m. Family Gaming Day! at Mountain View Library is Monday from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The final movie in