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#FDL: Youth Media Awards 2018

ALA Youth Media Awards 2018

Last week was a big week. We had Galentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Fat Tuesday, and Ash Wednesday. The ALA (American Library Association) also announced their Youth Media Awards recipients, a pretty big deal in library land, and also a big deal for you who are interested in children’s and YA books. This is also a big deal for authors as new editions of their books are now released with one of the sweet medals showing they won on the cover. So, here are 2018’s Youth Media Awards, with links to library holdings. I have listed the major award winners only for the sake of brevity – to see all of the winners and honor books as well, click here.

John Newbery Medal for the most outstanding contribution to children’s literature:
Hello, Universe by Erin Entrada Kelly – Four kids’ lives intertwine after a prank involving a guinea pig and a well. Will friendship triumph in this middle grade story of the perils of middle school life?

Randolph Caldecott Medal for the most distinguished American picture book for children:
Wolf in the Snow, illustrated and written by Matthew Cordell – A little girl and a wolf cub are both lost in the snaow. Can they help each other find their way home in this picture book?

Coretta Scott King Book Awards recognizing African American authors and illustrators of outstanding books for children and young adults:
Piecing Me Together by Renée Watson, is the King Author Award winner – Jade needs to get out of her neighborhood if she’s going to succeed. She takes every opportunity she can, but some of those opportunities try to pigeonhole her into roles that don’t fit her at all.
Out of Wonder: Poems Celebrating Poets, illustrated by Ekua Holmes, is the King Illustrator Award winner – This is an anthology of poems celebrating great poets.

Michael L. Printz Award for excellence in literature written for young adults:
We Are Okay by Nina LaCour, is the 2018 Printz Award winner – Marin ran away from her old life. But now, 3000 miles away, she’s alone in her dorm during winter break and her best friend is coming to visit.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Award honors an author or illustrator whose books, published in the United States, have made, over a period of years, a substantial and lasting contribution to literature for children:
The 2018 winner is Jacqueline Woodson, whose award-winning works include Brown Girl Dreaming, After Tupac & D Foster, Locomotion and Show Way.

Margaret A. Edwards Award for lifetime achievement in writing for young adults:
The 2018 winner is Angela Johnson. Her books include Heaven, Looking for Red, The First Part Last and Sweet, Hereafter.

Odyssey Award for best audiobook produced for children and/or young adults, available in English in the United States:
The Hate U Give, (link to audiobook) is the 2018 Odyssey Award winner. The book is written by Angie Thomas and narrated by Bahni Turpin – Star Carter is the only witness to her friend Khalil’s murder at the hands of a police officer. She now has to navigate life with pressure on all sides, trying to maintain peace in her community and her own safety and well being.

Stonewall Book Award–Mike Morgan & Larry Romans Children’s & Young Adult Literature Award given annually to English-language children’s and young adult books of exceptional merit relating to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience:
Little & Lion by Brandy Colbert – Suzette comes home from boarding school and doesn’t think she ever wants to go back. Her friends and family are here, including her brother,who has been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder. But to complicate things, Suzette ends up falling for this amazing girl… the girl her brother loves.
The 57 Bus, written by Dashka Slater – Two teenagers from vastly different backgrounds spend 8 minutes together on the same bus. Their lives will never be the same.

Theodor Seuss Geisel Award for the most distinguished book for beginning readers is:
Charlie & Mouse, written by Laurel Snyder and illustrated by Emily Hughes – Two brothers spend the day together, doing awesome brother things.

William C. Morris Award for a debut book published by a first-time author writing for teens:
The Hate U Give by by Angie Thomas (link to printed book) (see description above)

Post by Carey Gibbons, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Visiting Author

Dr. Devin Murphy will visit the library on Thursday, February 22 at 6:30 p.m.  Dr. Murphy is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Bradley University.  He will read a few passages and discuss The Boat Runner, his debut novel, during this special program.

Murphy’s book is a work of historical fiction and follows the story of Jacob, a Dutch boy, during World War II.  Dr. Murphy was kind enough to answer a few questions about himself and his novel.

 

1. What inspired you to become a writer?

When I was 12 I loved soccer and my dad bought me a book of poems about sports, edited by George Plimpton. In that book I read a poem about Pele, the Brazilian soccer legend. There was a line about him being so good at this game that if you passed him the sun, he would cage it in the back of the net. That image stunned me. It was an awakening to metaphor, the possibility of language, and that it was important to look for beauty in the world. After that, language and reading became my new love.

2. What are your favorite books/authors?

I tend to love the last book I read the most. I guess it is because I’m still excited by language and stories that they all feel fresh and new to me. Recently I’ve been reading everything by Michael Ondaatje, Willy Vlautin, Simon Van Booy, Rebecca Makkai, and Zadie Smith.

3. What inspired you to write this novel?

My mother’s father was an engineer in the Netherlands who had to go into hiding during WWII. I never met him, but his story was so interesting it wound up finding its way into my writing and got me started on this book.

4. What research was required to write this novel?

I had to go out and learn everything about WWII I could find before even starting. I spent almost a year listening to WWII history courses on tape in my car so I would not waste commute time. I visited every library near me and pulled books from the shelves for years. I actively hunted for those opportunities to make my story more authentic, always looking for moments Jacob could come alive in. It was a lot of fun to expose myself to so much.

5. How do you balance your position as a professor with also being a writer?

Those two roles blend seamlessly together. I struggle with my writing. Then I tell my students where and how I succeeded and failed. Their excitement for learning is contagious and I take that energy back to my writing feeling rejuvenated.

6. What are you working on now? What’s next for you?

My next book is called, Tiny Americans, and it will be published by Harper Collins in early 2019. I’ve been at work on another historical novel as well as planning future novels. So I’m keeping busy as I love what I do.

Visit Devin Murphy’s website here.

Post by Susie Rivera, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: February 9th is National Pizza Day

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National Pizza Day!

Friday, February 9th, is National Pizza Day. I don’t know about you, but I’m excited. I love pizza. I’m a native New Yorker, so NY style pizza will always be my favorite. But I have learned to love Chicago deep dish too. Pizza is kind of like a universal food, no matter how it’s served up.  Everyone also claims to have the best pizza – it’s a food we’re all pretty passionate about. So, FDL has you covered for all things pizza this coming Friday, or (if you’re like me) every day is National Pizza Day.

  • Do you like making your own pizzas? FDL has a number of recipe books for this if you’re looking for something more than your standard cheese and pepperoni combo. Check out The Ultimate Pizza by Pasquale Bruno, Jr. It covers everything from deep dish to desert. If it’s flat – it’s a pizza.
  • Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois are known for their books on home made bread, but they branch out a bit with Artisan Pizza and Flatbread in Five Minutes a Day. This book is great for pizza in a hurry. It also includes gluten free and whole grain recipes.
  • Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough have a book called Pizza: Grill It, Bake, It, Love It! Most people think of baking a pizza, whether it’s in a traditional or brick oven. But I have had grilled pizza before, and while I can’t speak to this book’s recipes specifically, I can say that grilled pizza is surprisingly delicious.
  • If you’re more in the mood to watch TV and order pizza out, FDL has seasons 1-4 of Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place. This is your chance to check out Ryan Reynolds before he was Deadpool.
  • And for the little ones, pizza is a great starter food for kids who are interested in cooking. It can be as easy or difficult as you want to make it. Check out the pizza and pasta volume from The Little Chef series. And then as a bedtime story, we have Pizza Kittens by Charlotte Voake. It tells the story of three kittens who really want pizza for dinner and their long-suffering parents who just want them to behave.

Post by Carey Gibbons, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Adult Winter Reading

 

Most people know about FDL’s Summer Reading program, but many do not realize that there is also a Winter Reading Program that we have each year.  The program runs until February 28, 2018 and is open to all patrons who are 18 or older.  Complete the program by filling out a simple log booklet with your reading and program attendance. When turned in, the reading log goes into a drawing for a grand prize.  Log books are upstairs in the Adult Services Department. Books, magazines, audiobooks, or library programs count towards completing the log book. Choose one of the following combinations:

-Read/listen to 4 books

-Read/listen to 3 books + 5 magazines

-Read/listen to 3 books +attend 1 adult program

-Read/listen to 2 books + 5 magazines + attend 1 adult program

Reading material must be checked out from Fondulac District Library. Ebooks and audiobooks downloaded from our library’s digital collection also count towards program completion.

Many patrons fill out more that one log book and that’s totally fine! We love the fact that you like reading, and turning in more than one log book will increase your chances of winning the grand prize.

There’s nothing better than curling up with a good book during these cold, winter months. Stop by the library to find a great read and grab a Winter Reading log while you’re here.

Post by: Susie Rivera, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Putting Items on Hold

Putting items on hold at FDL

Chances are, you’ve come into FDL all excited to check something out, only to find that we don’t have it or someone else has already checked the item out. That’s just the nature of libraries. I write a bit on what it means to put an item on hold here. But I thought I would revisit the subject and simplify since we put items on hold for our patrons all day every day. Basically, when a patron asks for an item, there are four general outcomes.

  1. FDL has the item. You can walk into the library, pick up the item, check it out, and be on your way!
  2. FDL owns the item, but someone else has checked it out. Boo. Well, that’s what the items in the library are for. At this point, you can ask the librarians at the upstairs information desk what’s going on with the item, and we can give a general answer. We also ask if you would like to put this item on hold. As stated above, we put items on hold all day every day. Sometimes patrons worry that this is extra trouble for us – believe me when I say that it is 100% no trouble for us to put an item on hold for you. And if we already own the item, it doesn’t cost us extra money either. Putting something on hold will guarantee that you eventually get to take that item home.
  3. FDL does not own the item but someone in the RAILS system does. RAILS consists of a large group of libraries in the general central IL area. FDL has an agreement with the other libraries in RAILS where we can borrow their items for you and they can borrow our items for their patrons. Borrowing items from other libraries in RAILS is also absolutely no problem for us – again, we do it all the time. It’s also still no extra cost to us or to you. Borrowing from within RAILS system is one of the perks of having a library card.
  4. FDL doesn’t own the item and neither do any of the other libraries within RAILS. This is a total bummer, but not all libraries can carry all things. When this happens, we might ask you if you want us to try to put a hold on it outside of “the system.” By system, we mean RAILS. And at this point, we also ask if you are a Fondulac card holder. First looking for and placing a hold on an item outside of RAILS is still no trouble for us. It’s part of our job and we would love to do this for you. However, it does cost money and that’s why we ask if you’re an FDL card holder. You have to have an FDL card to put a hold on an item from outside of RAILS through FDL. But, if you’re not an FDL card holder, you can still take advantage of this service – just through the library from which you have your card.

I hope this is a little bit helpful for you – our patrons. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Post by Carey Gibbons, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Academy Awards

The nominees for the 90th annual Academy Awards were announced this week.  As a big fan of film, I get very into the awards season.  My husband and I try to watch as many “big” films of the year as we can and try to predict the winners of the major categories. This year we were able to see several of the contenders for Best Picture.  One that really stood out to me was Get Out.  This film is not only nominated for Best Picture but also snagged nominations for Best Actor (Daniel Kaluuya) and Best Director (Jordan Peele).  Also high on my list was The Shape of Water, nominated for 13 categories on Tuesday morning. With an awesome visual effects, Guillermo del Torro’s film seems familiar but also shifts into strange territory at the same time.

For a complete listing of award nominees visit the Academy’s Oscar website.   Quite a few of the nominees are still in theaters, but many are already on DVD.  That means they are owned by area libraries.  Watch them before the Oscars air on March 4th.  Keep in mind, many of these are on high demand, so you may need to get on a hold list.  We will let you know as soon as they are available.  The following is a list of movies you can checkout through our library system:

Get Out, Dunkirk, Baby Driver, Blade Runner: 2049, Beauty and the Beast, Logan, The Big Sick, The Boss Baby, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Kong: Skull Island, Victoria & Abdul, War for the Planet of the Apes

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About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Still Playing Pokémon Go? Click Here!

What your starter Pokémon says about your reading habits.

We all love a good Buzzfeed style article that can predict your personality based on silly things, right? If you love reading and Pokemon Go, this is the perfect piece for you. Also, did you know that the library is a Gym with two super close Pokestops? A variety of Pokemon also come by on a regular basis. And, if you capture the gym while you’re here, the folks at the circulation desk will give you a free button.

Bulbasaur: Bulbasaur is a very serious Pokemon. He’s steady, and loyal, and thoughtful. A Bulbasaur starter could spend hours in the library and not notice the time passing. Bulbasaur starters are not to be messed with in terms of their special areas of reading interest and expertise. They know it all. A Bulbasaur starter knows that a long book is worth the time spent on it and doesn’t mind reading a lot of tangential information in addition to the main plot or point of a book. Bulbasaur starters like a little bit of everything, but prefer non-fiction to fiction. Favorite authors: Malcolm Gladwell, Mary Roach, Ken Follett.

Charmander: As many know, Charmander’s emotions are easy to read based on the flame at the end of his tail. Charmander starters wear their hearts on their sleeves. They aren’t afraid to talk to librarians about the books they love and hate – and with a Charmander starter, it’s usually one or the other with no in between. Librarians also like recommending books to Charmander starters because they aren’t afraid to tell us they’re not interested if something doesn’t strike their fancy. Charmander starters like a romance novel if there’s a good bit of adventure included. They also really like fantasy and science fiction books that maybe have a little bit of smooching involved. Favorite authors: Diana Gabaldon, Melanie Rawn, Daniel Price.

Squirtle: Squirtle is so adorable and a little bit silly, but we love that slightly silly personality. Squirtle starters are the type who come to the library rain or shine – bad weather won’t stop them! Squirtle starters wish they had waterproof books so they could read in the shower. Squirtle starters like a book that will make them laugh or give them all the feels. They love spreading the word about a good book and almost always prefer the book to the movie. Squirtle starters love YA books, manga, and graphic novels no matter how old or young they are. Favorite authors: Libba BrayHiromu Arakawa, Patrick Ness.

Pikachu: Everyone loves Pikachu. Pikachu is cute and happy and so very electric. He’s also the secret starter Pokemon, so a player has to know the secret to catching a Pikachu right away. People who start out with Pikachu are sneaky but sweet. If they read mystery/suspense/thriller books, they know how the plot plays out from the very beginning. Pikachu starters know that if they put a book on hold in large print form, they’ll get it faster. Pikachu starters love adventure based books about saving the world but could do without romance. Favorite authors: Robert Jordan, F. Paul Wilson, Catherynne Valente.

Post by Carey Gibbons, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Winnie the Pooh Day

January 18th is “Winnie the Pooh Day” in honor of A.A. Milne’s birthday.  Milne was inspired to write the famous stories by his son’s collection of stuffed animals.  The stories of Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, and Piglet all came to life in order entertain the real  Christopher Robin.

Milne was born in London in 1882. He did not start his writing career with stories for children, though.  In fact, he went to Cambridge to study math.  He ended up becoming more interested in writing and after graduation, got a job creating humorous pieces for a magazine.  After serving in World War I, Milne wrote a couple plays and some poetry.  It was not until after his son was born in 1920 that he began to write for children.  Winnie-the-Pooh  was written in 1926 followed by The House at Pooh Corner in 1928.

After his death in 1956, Milne left an enduring legacy  in literary history.  His timeless stories have touched the hearts of children all over the world.  Today you can see the real Pooh, Piglet, and friends at the New York Public Library.

The film, Goodbye Christopher Robinwas just out in theaters this past October.  It tells the story of A.A Milne’s relationship with his son, Christopher Robin, who inspired the stories of Winnie-the-Pooh.   The photo at the right shoes Milne, Christopher Robin, and the real Pooh bear in 1926.

Check out films and other children’s books inspired by the original Winnie the Pooh stories here at our library.

 

 

Post by Susie Rivera, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Getting the Movie Treatment in 2018

These are a few of the most anticipated book adaptations coming to theaters in 2018.

A Wrinkle in Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

This classic tale will be in theaters March 9, 2018. Disney has adapted Madeleine L’Engle’s novel to star Reese Witherspoon as Mrs. Whatsit and Oprah as Mrs. Which.   A Wrinkle in Time follows the story of Meg Wallace and her brother Charles as they journey across the universe to find their missing father.

Ready Player One

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the year 2045, Wade Watts is a teenager who spends his time trying to escape Earth’s ruined environment by playing a virtual reality game called OASIS. When he discovers an opportunity to solve a virtual puzzle in order win the ultimate prize, Wade finds himself in a race with other competitors who are willing to kill to win.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Death Cure is the final installment in original Maze Runner trilogy to get the movie treatment.  After surviving the Scorch, Thomas and the Gladers are put to the ultimate test against WICKED.

Annihilation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalie Portman stars as biologist who joins a team of experts tasked with exploring Area X, an area of land that has been cut off from humans for many years.  Previous expeditions by other researchers have resulted in mass suicide, developing cancer, or severe PTSD. This time the team has a chance to observe many anomalies, including life forms that are beyond belief.

 

Post by Susie Rivera, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

#FDL: Tax Season is Coming

Helpful Tax Information from FDL

I know it’s only January, but for a lot of people, tax season has already started. FDL has been getting calls about tax forms and tax help since December – you guys are on the ball. Here are some helpful pointers for you about how the library can (and cannot) help during tax season.

  • For the first time in several years, AARP is setting up appointments at FDL to offer free tax help. You do not have to be an FDL card holder to use this service. However, you do have to call and schedule an appointment as they do not take walk ins. Starting at 9am on January 16th, you can call 309-699-3917 and press 2 for Adult Services to set up your appointment.
  • Appointments go up until April 15th but they will fill up faster than you can blink. If you want an appointment, call on the 16th.
  • Remember that tax help at the library is provided by CPAs through AARP. The librarians at FDL legally cannot give tax help or advice. However, we can print tax forms for you and help you find resources to get tax help.
  • FDL (and other libraries in the area) get a certain number and type of tax forms from the federal government. Those forms don’t always get sent right away and some of them run out fast. If you need a form that we haven’t gotten, librarians at the upstairs information desk can print them for you at 10 cents per page.
  • The closer we get to April 15th, the more our computers will fill up with people doing their taxes. If you come to FDL to do your taxes on the computer, tell the staff at the information desk that you may need your computer time extended. We will be happy to do this for you. Also, please be very aware of our closing times and computer shut down times. Computers shut down at 8:45pm Monday through Thursday, 5:45pm on Friday, and 4:45pm Saturday and Sunday. Make sure you have enough time to do your taxes. Once the computers shut off for the night, staff cannot turn them back on.
  • If you have questions – please ask. I know, I said up top that we legally cannot offer tax help or advice and this is true, but we can help guide you to people and organizations who can help.

Post by Carey Gibbons, Reference Specialist

About #FDL

Welcome to #FDL! #FDL is a twice weekly update on all things Fondulac District Library and East Peoria. Twice a week, library staff will make posts that highlight some aspect of library life and relate it to you – our readers. Have you ever wanted to know which Dewey number represented a certain topic? Are you looking for book recommendations based on your favorite television show or television recommendations based on your favorite book? Have you ever wondered about the secret details of librarian life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then #FDL is for you. We look forward to writing posts that are informative and entertaining and hope that you enjoy getting better acquainted with Fondulac District Library.

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