Meeting Room Gallery Art Exhibit
In January, the artwork of Susann Gude will be on display.
On Display in the Adult Room
Book Bundles – Grab one of our book bundles on topics such as Cats, Dogs, WWII, Meditation, Being Frugal, and more.
Glass Display Case
Memory Kits – Check out one of our memory kits designed to help people in the various stages of memory loss. Currently we have kits dedicated to the 1940s & 1950s, comedians, fun & games, and dogs.
New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2019 – This display contains the books, fiction and non-fiction, that the New York Times thought were the best reads of 2019.
On Display in the Children’s Room
Glass Display Case
Winter Reading Club Challenge Prize Display
Wall of Art
Seasonal Coloring Pages from West Babylon Juvenile Patrons.
“Catch A Dragon By The Tale-Winter Reading Club Challenge!”
Fantasy Genre Books
Picture Book Display
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten reading club promotes the importance of reading aloud with children, starting in infancy. Along your journey to 1,000 books, we will provide reading tips, reading logs to track progress (either through the app, online or just plain paper), a free tote bag when you reach 100 books, free books at every reading milestone, a “Reading Stars Wall of Fame” and lots of encouragement and enthusiasm. Any book read to your child counts, including books from story time at the Library or nursery school, even books your child has read before. Give them the opportunity to feel proud of a huge accomplishment! Make sure they are as ready as they can be for one of the biggest moments of their little life — starting school. For more information please see a librarian or give us a call. participate online.
DISPLAY CASE INFORMATION
We are now accepting requests from West Babylon School District residents who have items for monthly display. All display items must promote Library services, educational or cultural topics which complement the mission of the Library. Print a copy of our policy and application and return completed applications to the Children’s Services Desk or the Adult Reference Desk. Collections will be displayed in the department for which they are best suited.