The library will be closed Monday, May 25th for Memorial Day. Have a great holiday weekend!
We just received a great batch of books for May. New titles include works by David Baldacci, Sara Gruen, Toni Morrison, James Patterson, Lisa Scottoline, Mary Higgens Clark, and Alice Hoffman. New movies are Paddington, Selma, and Big Eyes. The full list can be found here
The Readfield Library has recently purchased the Maine Student Book Award nominees, and the majority of the books have already arrived. The Maine Student Book Awards honors great books for students grade 5-8. They always award a great variety of books and this year’s list is no exception. Check out the full list here before stopping by and picking up a few. If you would like us to put any on hold for you, please give us a call in advance- 685-4089
Poetry night be will tonight at 6:30 PM. This is the perfect opportunity to share your poetry, poetry that means a lot to you, and socialize with other poets. Refreshments will be provided as well.
Most of our new items have arrived for April. There are a handful that are still in transit, but you can find the full list here. New books include works by Kazuo Ishiguro, Dennis Lehane, Debbie Macomber, Harlan Coben, Laurie R King, James Patterson, Jacqueline Winspear, Erik Larson and Gayle Foreman. New movies include The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay: Part 1, Into the Woods, Unbroken, and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. For those looking for high quality children’s books, we have just received all of the nomination for the Chickadee Awards. The nominations for the Maine Student Book Awards are on their way!
The Chickadee Nominees have arrived at the Readfield Community Library! For those unaware, the Chickadees are a Maine book award that honors picture books intended for Kindergarten to Fourth Grade. If you’re looking for a high quality new picture book, then I’d recommend starting here. Here is what we’ve received for this year’s nominees:
Elizabeth, Queen of the Seas by Lynne Cox
Dragon’s Extraordinary Egg by Debi Gilori
Firefly July: A Year of Very Short Poems by Paul B. Janeczko
The Highest Number in the World by Roy MacGregor
Who Was Here? Discovering Wild Animal Tracks by Mia Posada
A Boy and a Jaguar by Alan Rabinowitz
Going Places by Paul A. Reynolds
Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin by Chieri Uegaki
Looking for books for older children? The nominees for the Maine Student Book Awards will be announced soon!
Are you a poet? Love to read poetry? Want to celebrate National Poetry month? Then come to our Poetry Night, on April 15th 6:30PM. Come and share poetry (read your own, or pick one that means a lot to you), and meet local poets.
Special thanks to patron and local poet Omer Zamir for coming up with this idea!