CAN YOU SPOT SPIKE?
After more than 25 years of life in a tank, Spike the Library Turtle has finally decided to see some of the world – starting with Stow and Munroe Falls. Spike has a new job. As library ambassador, she has been given the task to see what there is to see in this community and strengthen the library’s relationship the citizens of Stow and Munroe Falls. Miss Kristin and Miss Amy from the children’s department will follow Spike around and document her travels for you to watch. Check our Web site periodically to see short movies of where Spike has been, who she meets and what kinds of things she gets herself into in Stow and Munroe Falls. Spike may even venture beyond this community. Stay tuned!
Enduring 95-degree heat, the library community brought their favorite pets out for this fun annual event. There was lots of water for the animals to drink and everyone had a great time. View our photos on Flickr!
We invite children and parents to enjoy our large collection of books for children and young adults. We offer learning tools including Playaway Views, games and Leap Tags, as well as DVD's and audio books for kids. |
We think reading is so important that we have devoted our entire second floor to serving children and their parents with great reading and learning opportunities. Weekly events include storytimes, crafting and educational presentations. Kids can also learn to use the computer in several classes, and even learn to use an iPad!
Everyday access to computers is part of our mission, and if parents approve it, children can use our top-of-the-line computer technology for learning, games and printing.
Check out our Children's Events calendar to learn about upcoming programs, or ask our Children's librarians. We look forward to your next visit!
A sunny evening and more than thirty pets made this year's Pet Show a great success!
Participants included a bearded dragon, a chinchilla, a colorful, orange corn snake, and several breeds of cats; along with many pugs, labs, boxers and other dogs. Thank you to everyone who participated. It was a lot of fun!
A sunny evening and more than forty pets made this year's Pet Show a great success. Participants included a bearded dragon, a chinchilla, a colorful, orange corn snake, and several breeds of cats; along with many pugs, labs, boxers and other dogs. Thank you to everyone who participated. It was a lot of fun!
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Spike Passes are handed out starting a half hour before an event. They are given on a first come, first served basis. You will not have to pre-register for these events. When we run out of Spike Passes, the event's seating is full.
Check out the new View
Education meets entertainment with an all-in-one video player. Your kids' favorite videos come pre-loaded and ready to go wherever you go!
What’s Playaway View:
School-aged children who are reading will be paired with a teen to explore and read books together this summer. This program will take place in July and pairs will be asked to schedule four meetings during the month. Teen mentors, who must have completed the 7th grade, will be reading pals and not tutors. Together they will select and read books here at the library.