Are you worried about being bored to death over summer vacation? You don’t have to worry any more! Thanks to Super Librarian and the staff at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library, people of all ages can sign up for the Summer Reading Clubs online at librarypoint.org or at their local library branches starting on June 1.
What if Sherlock Holmes could see dead people? Well, not just ghosts, but also banshees, trolls, and other creatures of the dark? In William Ritter's Jackaby, R.F. Jackaby is a detective who specializes in the unexplained because he claims he can see these paranormal phenomena. With a nod to Dr. Who (he sports a long scarf along with his own eccentrically ugly hat), Jackaby’s quirkiness means that the townsfolk in his 1892 New England seaport town find him either unbearably odd or unexplainably useful.
Are you ready for summer? Kick it off with a splash at the Super Summer Smash! Headquarters and Porter libraries invite area teens to hang out with your friends, eat some pizza, listen to some music, and relax after hours. We’ll have live music from Fredericksburg All Ages, drawings for awesome prizes, movies, and a chance to snap pictures with your friends at our photo booth. You can also sign up for UNMASK, our Teen Summer Reading Club, and get your first prize.
Handsome, rich Percy smiled at Olivia from his seat above her in the theatre. She is sure of it. Feeling bold on this, the night of her birthday AND Halloween, she goes up on stage where his eyes must follow her—to be hypnotized by the mysteriously dashing Henri Reveri. What follows in Cat Winters’ The Cure for Dreaming is something a bit scandalous and very eye-opening as she is told to "see the world the way it truly is."