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By: Christina Shields Are you missing library storytimes and your favorite songs? We are missing reading and singing along with you and your little ones, too! Happily, you don’t have to wait until we meet again to enjoy many of our regular storytime songs! You can...

By: Christina Shields I am missing all of the creative families that attend our monthly Create, Color & Chill program at HEPL’s Noblesville location. As you may remember, Create, Color & Chill usually includes a fun, sensory station; a musical component; and a creative activity. Below...

Music March By: Ann Axon I am sure that most parents cruising along the information highway have run across articles about music and children’s development maybe like this one: The Importance of Music in Early Childhood Development, and I'm sure that many of you right now are...

Who in the World is the Notorious RBG? By: Pam Lamberger Not many 85-year-old women are known by just their initials. Nor have many been the topic of two big-screen movies in the last six months. But then again, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is far from your standard...

Staff Picks of 2018 As we end 2018 and start getting ready to welcome 2019, we asked our staff to reflect on the books they've read this year. These are their responses and recommendations. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green A woman in New York City makes...

Great Adoption Books for all Ages By: Julie Armstrong Having adopted two of my children, this topic holds a special place in my heart. Here are some of my family’s favorite books about adoption. A Mother for Choco by Keiko Kasza is a delightful picture book about a...

Finding the Perfect Book! By: Heidi Herald Are you ever in the mood to read something dark and gloomy and set in Scotland; or maybe, a romance that takes place on a Caribbean island? No matter what you are in the mood for, you have access to...

Teen Books Go To The Movies! By: Anders Arnold Reading YA books is always a blast, but sometimes it’s a lot of fun to see your beloved novels on the big screen (and sometimes, not so much). Let’s look at the glass half-full shall we? Here are...

September is National Library Card Signup Month! By: Jennifer Harmon September is National Library Card Signup Month. Your library card is a great way to save a lot of money each year by checking out books and DVDS instead of buying them! The perks of having a card...

Or Would You Rather Be A Fish? By: Connie Boomer While eating dinner last night my husband was telling me that there were eight squirrels in our back yard that afternoon.  He described how they were all jumping around, chasing each other, and generally having a party...