Community Video Project: What is Your Favorite Thing About the Livingston Library?

We are at it again. The Livingston Public Library is creating a video for National Library Card Sign Up Month and we would like to feature you! To participate in our 2021 Community Video Project, record a short clip, recorded horizontally, answering the following question: “What is your favorite thing about the Livingston Library?” Email or share your short video to livisocial@gmail.com. We will compile your video clips together showcasing the Livingston Library Community! The video will debut on the Library’s YouTube Channel, so make sure to follow us and subscribe. Gina Vaccaro, Head of Youth Services

Dog Days of Summer Children’s Books

Enjoy the dog days of summer with some beginner reader books and picture books featuring dogs! Beginner Reader Books: Kayla and King and the Case of the Missing Dog Treats by Dori Hillestad Butler Buster, the Very Shy Dog by Lisze Bechtold Humphrey’s Playful Puppy Problem by Betty G. Birney Biscuit Goes Camping by Alyssia Satin Capucilli Sparky and Tidbit by Kathryn Osebold Galbraith Houndsley and Catina at the Library by James Howe Tiny Goes Back to School by Carl Meister Henry and Mudge and the Wild Wind by Cynthia Rylant Picture Books:  Sally Goes to the Beach by Stephen Huneck My Dog Laughs by Rachel Isadora Rescue & Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship by Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes Let’s Swap for a Day by Shu-Ti Liao Froggy Gets a Doggy by Jonathan London If You Give a Dog a Donut by Laura Numeroff Stick! By Andy Pritchett Officer Buckle and Gloria by Peggy Rathamann A Dog Named Doug Amanda Winter, Youth Services Librarian

Reflective Journaling

It’s time for a new weekly journaling sheet here on the Library’s blog. This week’s journaling sheet asks you: What is your favorite memory of the Livingston Public Library? Reflect upon your thoughts with this week’s journaling sheet found here:  You can also pick up journaling sheets in person at the Library by the Patron Services Desk. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below! We can’t wait to hear them. -Jessica Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian