Monday, March 2, 2015

Puzzle Table!

Winter is still among us though it is thinking of fading away. The little animals of the forest have woken up from their hibernation, tip-toed out of the bushes and are scampering about the snow near the library, so spring must come soon!
Isn't Mr. Rabbit cute? We would love to have him attend story time. 

However, it is still cold, the streets are still icy and sore throats still abound so we are still in winter. Make your day pass a little faster and lighter by coming to the library anytime we are open to work on our puzzle.
This one has 4 different views depending on which side you view it.

It is in pieces and needs your help to be put together!

We set up a puzzle table two weeks ago and everyone loved it.




 Puzzles are relaxing and coming to the library to work on a puzzle is better than working on one at home. Why? Well, you can't have a puzzle at home if you have a dog or cat, the pieces are just too tempting for them to eat or destroy. If you have little ones around, then the puzzle pieces could disappear. By contrast, if you come to the library you can work on our puzzle for however long you like then check out a movie, magazine, CD, maybe decide to learn a foreign language (arrivederci!) and check out a foreign language series, and naturally check out a book. Books are the best reason to be a library, after all.

So, come on down during your lunch break or before getting home from work. Unwind in the quiet peace of the library, collect your thoughts and work on our puzzle for a few minutes then take some library materials home with you. It will keep you much more mentally alive than watching the same TV show each week hoping it gets better. There is a lot more drama in books if that is what you like...but that topic is for a separate post. And naturally, librarians are partial to books over TV because books carry the world and the scope of emotions and possibilities.

Have a wonderful day and remember there is a puzzle here for you to come figure out!

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