Interested in experimenting in the kitchen? Here are some fun and simple recipes to get you started!
Macaroni and Cheese (not from a box) – or you can try the even simpler Mac & Cheese in a Mug.
Looking for more recipes? You can find these books for beginning cooks at the library.
How to Cook in 10 Easy Lessons by Wendy Sweetster
Starting from Scratch by Sarah Elton
Cooking Class by Deanna Cook
And a few more meals you can make in a mug!
March is a great month for scientists,gardeners, environmentalists, and curious minds alike. The weather is changing, the birds are back, and plants are growing (or not growing). Maybe seeing the bushes start to bud has got you thinking ahead to your summer garden.
Not a gardener? Well do you like to be green? Do you chant, “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” every chance you get? Do you like trying experiments you see online? If you said “Yes!” to any of those questions, then I have got a cool experiment to share with you!
There are some vegetables you can regrow from scraps?!
Weird, right? Well take a look
green onions sweet potatos
Click the photo to see more!
It’s almost time for St. Patrick’s Day, time to talk about all things GREEN. There are the obvious things: grass, leaves, limes, grasshoppers, green beans and broccoli, just to name a few. But what does it mean when people say they are “Going Green”? That is the term used to become more eco-friendly. Going Green means recycling, using things again, using less water, growing our own vegetables, walking or riding a bike instead of driving short distances. Challenge- Try one of my ideas and GO GREEN this St. Patrick’s Day!!
Do you like cats? I do and especially black cats. Click on the link below to see why everyone should adopt a black cat. By the way, if you stop by the Library ask me about my cat Ash!
Last week, Nintendo announced the newest Pokémon game named, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. Are you as excited as I am? Believe it or not, this librarian has been playing Pokémon games for 20 years!
Have you seen the announcement trailer? What do you think?
Also, don’t forget about our huge Pokémon manga collection in the Youth & Teen Services Department!
Have you ever read a book in one sitting? If so The Nest by Kenneth Oppel is the book for you.
Steve just wants to save his baby brother—but what will he lose in the bargain? This is a haunting gothic tale for fans of Coraline, from acclaimed author Kenneth Oppel with illustrations from Caldecott Medalist Jon Klassen.
Watch the book trailer and you will be hooked.
It just snowed again in Bartlett and might be the last before spring hits, so are you going to squeeze in your last day of sledding for the season?
If you haven’t heard of this yet, check out the video below, because “Sled Legs” were invented with a new twist on sledding!
So my question for you is traditional sledding or sled legs?