Monthly Archives: March 2018

Episode 6 Get Your Kids Ready For Spring Break!

Attention parents: Carol Ann chats with Children’s Librarian Meira Maynard about all the fun events for April.

Events start next week, get your calendars ready!

Listen here! It’s less than 10 minutes…add these events to your calendar today!

Episode 5 Discussing Dishes: Join our new Cookbook Discussion Group!

Love to Cook? Join our new Cookbook Discussion group! The theme for May is appetizers. Stop by the Reference Desk, select a recipe from the book, “All Time Best Appetizers”. Listen here and prepare your recipe and bring it to the meeting to share with the group. Registration is open now, don’t miss it!

Thursday, May 17th at 2:30pm

Episode 3 Librarians are Listening: Reference Librarian Kristine Dugan Talks Audiobooks

Doing Reader’s Advisory for your audio book patrons? Carol Ann chats with Reference Librarian Kristine Dugan about Audio Books!

These are Kristine’s “Ace-in-the-Hole” picks: The Art Forger by B.A. Shapiro, The Mapmaker’s Children by Sarah McCoy, The Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick, and anything by Philippa Gregory.

The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, and The Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline.  Kristine recommends these “Light Listens”: Garden Spells, The Peach Keeper, Lost Lake, and The Girl Who Chased the Moon all of these are by Sarah Addison Allen.

Episode 2 Get the Art Up with Teen Queen Librarian Luisa Munoz

We have the canvas, you have the talent. Even if you’ve never tried before, now’s the time! Find out how teens can have their very own art “scene” right here in the Teen Room of Merrick Library. Listen to this quick and informative interview.

Episode 1 What Else is New With Our Teens: An Interview With Teen-Queen Librarian Luisa Munoz

The Merrick Library Spring Newsletter is out now!. Teen-Queen Librarian Luisa Munoz talks about upcoming events, community service opportunities, Teen Tech week, “A Wrinkle in Time” private screening event and more during this episode of Top Shelf.