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Ever wanted to try your hand at writing a poem, essay, story, or novel? Well, no time like the present, because November is National Novel Writing Month. more

National Comic Book Day is September 25. Join the celebration and the current comic craze by reading a graphic novel this fall, which may feature animals, kids, teens, or superheroes more

When Shark Week is not enough, take a bite out of these books featuring the sometimes fearsome, sometimes fearless, and sometimes friendly fish. more

Ring in the New Year by welcoming the newborns of 2017. You’ll find babies galore in the books below! more

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Apple cider, changing leaves, and the start of a new school year – embrace the signs of autumn with this cornucopia of books! more

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The Rochester Children’s Book Festival kicked off its 19th year on November 7, 2015. Whether you got in on the action or missed it this time around, check out these books written and illustrated by the stellar lineup. more

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Hispanic American Heritage Month kicks off on September 15th! Read some books that feature Hispanic characters, authors, and illustrators to honor those who have helped make our country what it is today. more

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Summer Reading is here! Stop by your local library to sign up for this free program, and read books that tie into the New York State themes of Every Hero Has a Story (ages birth-12) and Unmask! (ages 13-18). Need suggestions? Move over, Frankenstein. more

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The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival (TBF) is celebrating its tenth year on May 16th! Get ready for this huge event with over thirty authors by checking out some of their books. For more information on TBF, visit www.teenbookfestival.org. more

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Is truth stranger than fiction? Find out with these books about real people who left their mark on America! more

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Welcoming a new baby or child into a home is an exciting time! Celebrate families of all shapes and sizes with these books featuring adopted children. more

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Whether your child is starting preschool, kindergarten, or first grade, prepare them for the fun and learning to come with these picture books. more

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Move over, Frankenstein. Make room, Mummy. Take a hike, Wolfman. There are some new monsters in town. Delight little readers with these spooky, silly, furry, and ferocious beasts and their tales – and tails! more

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The grass is growing, the trees are budding, and the flowers are opening. Take a spring break in the garden with these reads! more

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Penguins and pandas and raccoons, oh my! See the world in black and white with tales about critters who are colorful in their own ways. more

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Feeling scientific? You’re in luck! New York State’s Summer Reading Program is encouraging families to check out books that combine science, creativity, and imagination. Visit your local library to see how you can spark a reaction! more

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