Check out our Superhero display or request items for Curbside Pickup!
Marvel Avengers Assembly: Assembly Required (DVD)
Ms. Marvel's Fists of Fury (Juvenile Fiction)
Teen Titans Go! The Beast Boy Who Cried Wolf (Juvenile Graphic Novel)
Do SuperHeroes Have Teddy Bears? (Picture Book)
Diana Princess of the Amazons (Juvenile Graphic Novel)
My Little Superhero Word Book (Board Book)
Batman is Loyal (Picture Book)
Superman: An Origin Story (Picture Book)
The Flash is Caring (Picture Book)
Batman and Robin Team Up! (Board Book S)
Be Brave Like Aquaman! (Picture Book)
The Princess in Black (Juvenile Fiction)
On April 23rd, we celebrate The Bard himself: William Shakespeare.
Check out some of his works that are available on Libby!
Antony and Cleopatra (Ebook)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Ebook)
Julius Ceaser (Ebook)
King Lear (Ebook)
Romeo and Juliet (Ebook)
The Tempest (Ebook)
Twelfth Night (Ebook)
Today is National Kindergarten Day!
It's never too soon to prepare for kindergarten.
The kindergarten cat by J. Patrick Lewis
Adventure Annie goes to kindergarten by Toni Buzzeo
Common core kindergarten reading: 25 sight words.
How to start kindergarten by Cathy Hapka & Ellen Titlebaum
The pirate of kindergarten by George Ella Lyon
Check out our Earth Day display!
Or request books for Curbside Pickup:
Earth Day (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
Franklin and Friends: Franklin's Earth Day (DVD)
Garden Day! (Juvenile Reader)
Recycle Every Day! (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
It's Earth Day, Cookie Monster (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
Fancy Nancy: Every Day is Earth Day (Juvenile Reader)
Gabby and Grandma Go Green (Picture Book)
Heroes of the Environment (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
Check out our National Poetry Month display for adults & teens. You can also request items for Curbside Pickup.
Modernist Women Poets: An Anthology (Adult Non-Fiction)
The Hill We Climb (Adult Non-Fiction)
Bartlett's Poems for Occasions (Adult Non-Fiction)
Reality Sandwiches (Adult Non-Fiction)
Kaddish and Other Poems (Adult Non-Fiction)
Planet News (Adult Non-Fiction)
The Truth About Magic (Adult Non-Fiction)
Dearly (Adult Non-Fiction)
Adultolescence (Adult Non-Fiction)
The Complete Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe (Young Adult Non-Fiction)
Thoreau: A Book of Quotations (Adult Non-Fiction)
The Sun and her Flowers (Adult Non-Fiction)
Shout (Young Adult Non-Fiction)
Much Ado About Nothing (DVD)
Romeo and Juliet (Adult Non-Fiction)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Adult Non-Fiction)
Rumi: Poet and Mystic (Adult Non-Fiction)
Collateral (Adult Fiction)
Life of a Wannabe Mogul (Adult Non-Fiction)
Tilt (Young Adult Fiction)
Traffick (Young Adult Fiction)
Perfect (Young Adult Fiction)
The You I've Never Known (Young Adult Fiction)
People Kill People (Young Adult Fiction)
Inspirations in Life (Adult Non-Fiction)
The Opposite of Innocent (Young Adult Fiction)
To Be Perfectly Honest (Young Adult Fiction)
Celebrate Ramadan with books!
Under the Ramadan Moon (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
My First Ramadan (Picture Book)
Ramadan (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets (Picture Book)
More to the Story (Juvenile Fiction)
The Proudest Blue (Picture Book)
Do you see the paper lanterns we made to decorate our Ramadan display within the kids' department? We chose to make these lanterns because the Ramadan Fanous are traditional lanterns with folkloric designs that are a common symbol and decoration used for Ramadan. The crescent moon is another important symbol related to Ramadan, marking the beginning and ending of fasting during this religious observance.
If you would like to make some paper lanterns like these to decorate with at home, you can use the templates below.
1. You simply need some thin cardboard or card stock, painted or otherwise colored however you would like (I used black paper plates we had on hand to craft these).
2. Tape down your template onto the cardboard or card stock so it doesn’t move, and then either cut the template out along with the lanterns windows, or score the cardboard or card stock and then remove the template before cutting.
*An X-Acto knife can be handy for this, but make sure you let an adult help you with it if needed. Scissors could also be used.
3. The final step is to cut out a piece of colored tissue paper to fit over the lantern window, and attach it to the back of the lantern over the window with tape. If there is any tissue paper going past the edge of the lantern, just cut it to fit.
Ramadan Mubarak (Happy Ramadan)!
Today is Bat Appreciation Day!
Check out some batty books!
Stellaluna (Picture Book)
Bats in the Band (Picture Book)
Nightsong (Picture Book)
Morris, the Downside-Up Bat (Picture Book)
Bats (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
Bat Hospital (Juvenile Non-Fiction)
Bat and Rat (Picture Book)
Dragonbreath : Lair of the Bat Monster (Juvenile Fiction)
Pinson Public Library is located in Pinson, Alabama. We are a member of the Public Libraries in Jefferson County.