Julia and Amia talk about Beyond: Our Future in Space by Chris Impey, subject of the next Nonfiction@Noble book discussion.
Julia and LP talk about the Black Voices Matter series going on now at the library.
Julia talks with Pam at the University Heights branch about technology programs for kids.
This week we learn about the library’s Centennial Art Competition for students K-12.
Julia talks about the benefits of baby sign language with Melissa O’Grady, who will teach a Baby Signs class at the Coventry branch on January 23.
Kids interested in astronomy but have no idea where to start? Come to a space themed storytime and check out the library’s Orion StarBlast Altazimuth Reflector Tabletop telescope at the stargazing program on January 21 at the Noble branch.
Kim Denero-Ackroyd, the library’s deputy director, talks about new reference desks at the Lee Road branch.
Julia interviews Sara Phillips about her new position as branch manager of the University Heights Library.
Julia talks about the best book she read in 2015, The Underground Girls of Kabul, which is about the phenomena of raising daughters as sons in Afghanistan called “bacha posh”.
Three Heights Library staff members talk about the best books they read in 2015.