Exhibits

YA FIC: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

April: Young Adult Fiction Pick   This epic fantasy has it all: romance, adventure, war, and magic.  Intense and haunting it will sweep you away as characters discover strengths, overcome adversity and struggle to save their world.  – Robin Tomi

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J FIC: The Adventures of Miss Petitfour by Anne Michaels

April: Juvenile Fiction Pick If you loved Pippi Longstocking, Mary Poppins and Miss Piggle-Wiggle you have to try Miss Petitfour, it reads like a classic. – Robin Miss Petitfour enjoys having adventures that are “just the right size – fitting

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PIC FIC: I Can Be Anything! Don’t Tell Me I Can’t! By Diane Dillon

April: Young Reader Pick That little voice in your head can’t compete with your dreams, this story encourages kids to be anything they want, and emphasizes the need to read! – Robin   Like most girls and boys, Zoe enthusiastically

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April Exhibit – “A Celebration of Friendship” Photographs by Anne Wetzel, In Memory of Bettina Dudley

For the month of April, the Northeast Harbor Library will host an exhibit of photographs by local photographer Anne Wetzel. The exhibition, entitled “A Celebration of Friendship,” is photographs taken of Bettina Dudley and family at Webb Pond in Eastbrook,

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March Exhibit: Women’s History Project

This March the Northeast Harbor Library, in partnership with the Southwest Harbor, Jesup, and Bass Harbor libraries, will exhibit artwork from local women celebrating Women’s History Month.   This year’s theme is “Inspired by the Written Word of Maine Women.”

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