Tis the Season for New Hours

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By , November 30, 2018

Sterling the Dog Storytime

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By , November 14, 2018

Coloring Sterling

Wearing Sterling



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By , October 31, 2018

Little ones enjoyed a special Storytime today!

Fun for All



Puzzles and Unicorns

Sharing yellow treats

Alma Book Club Looks to Spring

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By , October 15, 2018

Flat Broke With Two Goats by Jennifer McGaha will be the read for March 18, 2019 in the revised Alma Book Club schedule. The November meeting has been cancelled, and we won’t meet again here at the Library until Spring!


April 15, 2019 features Wildwood by Elinor Florence. 
May 20, 2019 will feature The Full Moon Bride by Shobhan Bantwal.



Books n Book Clubs

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By , October 5, 2018

Alma Public Library is creating a collection of Kits for Kids that will help daycare providers and other caregivers have fun and educational learning resources at hand!

Public libraries are very involved in creating book kits for children and adults. Many school and public libraries purchase multiple copies of a title and circulate them as a Book Club kit. The Department of Public Instruction’s Resources for Libraries & Lifelong Learning program maintains a list of kits for adults that can be borrowed through interlibrary loan. There are currently 1791 titles on the list!  Book Club Kits


Alma Book Club Up and Coming

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By , September 26, 2018

What’s it like to come to a different country – and not know the language or the culture? We’ll discuss The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez on October 15 @1:30 pm at the Alma Public Library.

And Plan for our November 19 meeting (same place/same time) by ordering your copy of Flat Broke with Two Goats: A Memoir by Jennifer McGaha.

“An easy read with a warm tone, like hearing from an old friend, McGaha’s memoir is touching, funny, and hard to put down.” – Booklist

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