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Seuss Madness Semifinals!!

Seuss Madness continues!! The voting is in for Round Two and there are four books left.

It's time for the Semifinals!! Pick your favorite Dr. Seuss books below!

Semifinal voting will continue until Tuesday, March 22; The finalists will be announced Wednesday, March 23.

 

Are there some Dr. Seuss books you still want to read? Find them in our Catalog.

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Seuss Madness Round Two!!

Seuss Madness continues!! The voting is in for Round One and we've paired off the winners.

It's time for Round Two!! Pick your favorite Dr. Seuss books below!

Round Two voting will continue until Tuesday, March 15; Round Two winners will be announced Wednesday, March 16.

 

Are there some Dr. Seuss books you still need to read? Find them in our Catalog.

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Seuss Madness Round One!!

Let the SEUSS MADNESS begin!! Voting for Round One is open. Pick your favorite Dr. Seuss books below!

Round One voting will continue until Tuesday, March 8; Round One winners will be announced Wednesday, March 9.

 

Are there some Dr. Seuss books you still need to read? Find them in our Catalog.

 

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For the month of March, all Henrico County Library branches are accepting diaper donations. These diapers will go to the Capital Diaper Bank for distribution to “infants, toddlers and their families who are experiencing a financial crisis due to homelessness, medical challenges, hospitalization and disasters.”  Your donations should be new, preferably still in original packaging.

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Readers who enjoy the "I Survived" series by Lauren Tarshis will gobble up the "Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales" collection.  For grades 3-7, a fictionalized Nathan Hale tells the truth about noteworthy events. The graphic format animates in a way that encourages further exploration. Current topics include Harriet Tubman, the Donner Party, the Monitor and Merrimac, World War I battles, and of course, the author's historical namesake.  The story of the Battle of the Alamo is coming out in late March!