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Furball here. I'm in love - and she is beautiful - just like her name - Jade. She is a rabbit who loves carrots too! I met her at the library's Pet Show earlier this month. She was there with a couple of dogs - Ferdinand and Brady. Read more about I'm in Love!
Hello again. A lot has happened since we last conversed. And maybe I'm moping a little, because I, Furball the Hamster, was supposed to be the main event this summer. (At least that's what it says in my contract.) But the people-types around here have brought in a host of other animals for the Summer Reading Program. (By the way, it's not too late to sign-up and log your books by August 31!) Read more about This Place is for the Birds!
The Summer Reading Programs at the Urbana Free LIbrary are going great and continue through August 31. In the Children's Department, we have over 500 children signed up for the Summer Reading Program with many already claiming their prizes. Read more about Summer Reading Program is Still in Full Swing
I'm here! After living at the Champaign County Humane Society for a couple of months, I have arrived for a summer visit at The Urbana Free Library. Why the library? Well, because the Summer Reading Program this year is called Paws to Read, which means that it's all about animals! Read more about I'm Here!
We've had such a great time this summer celebrating reading - "Have Book, Will Travel." We've made our own rope, visited outer space, and listened with rapt attention to young performers during the Bow-Dacious String Band concert. Summer reading continues through the end of August, with the readers' raffle drawing on Friday, August 30. (Remember - Thursday, August 29th is the last day to enter your books to be eligible for the raffle!) Check out our photo gallery from the past month. What have you been doing? We'd love to hear from you. -Elaine B. Read more about Summer Reading is Cool
Last week, young patrons greeted some very unusual visitors to the library - miniature horses! Star, Rascal, Faith and Linzee arrived in Deb Murphy's trailer. They jumped out of the trailer and readied themselves for their special mission - to listen to children read. Afterwards, children had the opportunity to write a letter or color a picture for the horses. We look forward to their next visit! -Elaine B. Read more about Hoofing it for Reading