Summer Library Program
Libraries Rock


for Children 2+, Teens, and Adults
June 25-August 11.
Online registration required.
Registration starts May 23 and ends July 31.

Click here for Libraries Rock Children’s link (ages 2-12).
Click here for Libraries Rock for Teens and Adults (ages 12 and up).

Also, check our Events Calendar for more information about programs happening through the summer.

Book Reviews courtesy of
You won't learn anything about her writing—the novel never mentions the title by which most readers know her, or any of her other works—but the Jean Rhys depicted in Caryl [...]
Kelley Armstrong's latest YA novel is a gripping, plausible thriller influenced by real school tragedies, but with a twist. Read More [...]
High school senior Megan Harper has always shied away from the spotlight. She loves the theater, but she wants to direct, not star. And Megan might be an incorrigible flirt, [...]
In Driving by Starlight, Anat Deracine's noteworthy debut, 16-year-old Leena is the top student in her Saudi Arabian high school, but with her father in jail for sedition and no [...]
In her second novel, Sandhya Menon (When Dimple Met Rishi) gives readers a spunky, smart but sometimes misguided heroine, a delightful romantic hero, a strong cast of secondary characters and [...]
Al Roker, co-host and weather anchor of NBC's “Today,” vividly re-creates the tragedy of the Johnstown Flood in Ruthless Tide. In what he calls an “unnatural disaster,” 20 million tons [...]