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Pride Month Book talk

Children books featuring the LGBTQIA+ Community

Adventures with my daddies

All boys aren’t blue (teen)

And tango makes three

Born ready: the true story of a boy named Penelope

Daddy and dada

Daddy, papa and me

The family book

Fred gets dressed

From archie to zach

Granddads camp harriet gets carried away

In our mothers’ house

It feels good to be yourself: a book about gender identity

Jacobs school play starring he, she and they

Julian at the wedding

Julian is a mermaid

The list of things that will not change

The lottery plus one

Mommy mama and me

Out rainbow

Pride colors

Pride puppy

Pride: the celebration and the struggle

Pulp (teen)

Rainbow a first book of pride

Rainbow boy

Rainbow revolutionaries

Rick

Riley cant stop crying

share your rainbow

Stella brings the family

The stonewall riots (teens

To night owl from dogfish

To bright to see

When aidan become a brother

Worm loves worm

You and me both

New Children Audiobooks

Treasury of Greek Mythology, Treasury of Egyptian Mythology, The Story of Mankind, Guided Meditations for Children: Eeny, Meeny, Miney and MoHero, Tales Quiet, Power Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, Books 1 and 2, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World, Great Adventurers, Astrophysics for Young People in a Hurry, Strong Voices, Relaxations for Children at Bedtime, Rainbow Revolutionaries, Marvel Storybook Collection, Exploring the White House: Inside America’s Most Famous Home

Children Chapter Books Book Talk

A Dog Friendly Town by Josephine Cameron Click Here
A Good Kind of Trouble by Lisa Moore Ramee Click Here
Dog Diaries: Mission Impawsible by James Patterson Click Here
Echo Mountain by Lauren Wolk Click Here

Home for Goddesses and Dogs by Leslie Connor Click Here

Like Nothing Amazing Ever Happened by Emily Click Here

Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Adventure by Jeff Kinney Click Here

Shuri: A Black Panther Novel by Nic Stone Click Here

The Parker Inheritance by Varion Johnson Click Here

The Water Bears by Kim Baker Click Here

Curbside Procedures

  • Hours of Curbside Service: Monday–Friday 10am-8pm
  • Curbside pickup is for pick up of held items and weekly kids’ craft kits (as available)
  • Please wait for a notification from the library that your items are ready before coming.

Pick-Up Procedure

Patrons must wear proper face coverings during pickup.

Items will be placed in paper bags, carried to car or left on a designated table.

Curbside Service to your Car- Once at the library, please call the library and staff will bring items to your car. Please have your ID ready to show staff through window and open trunk for staff to place items in.

Walking Patrons Clark House only – For those patrons walking to the Round Lake Library, call the library when you arrive, show your ID to staff through porch windows, and your bag will be set on the steps.

Malta curbside may move into the vestibule of the Community Center during inclement weather. Please call the library when you arrive – place proper ID on table in vestibule and then step outside under the awning. Staff will then come out to the vestibule, check ID and place bag on table. Once staff go back inside the library the you may re-enter the vestibule to get ID and items.