Self-care can mean many different things to different people. For some, it could be a bath or taking a mindful moment. We've curated some great self-care books to help draw comfort and inspiration from.Read MoreBooks for Self-Care
If you are currently experiencing reading fatigue, fear not! We have compiled a list of six short but satisfying stories under 300 pages!Read MoreShort YA Reads: Under 300 Pages
Is your child starting kindergarten? Here are a few examples of encouraging and informative books available at the Bracebridge Library to help your little one shake away those first day jitters and get ready for school.Read MoreBooks for Back to School
You have just finished reading a book and you loved it… Now what? When you are looking to find your next great read, look no further than the library!Read MoreRead-Alike: Book Recommendations
Rainbow Book Club is a safe space created to help support and connect local LGBTQ2S+ teens and allies. Here are their top reads for 2023. Happy Pride!Read MoreRainbow Book Club 2023 Top Reads
The 2023 Adult Summer Reading Challenge theme is Mysteries! Your log book has provided eight great book recommendations, but just in case eight books aren’t enough, here are some more great options that are sure to keep you guessing all summer long.Read MoreAdult Summer Reading Challenge – More Great Mysteries!
World Migratory Bird Day 2023 is May 13. The Bracebridge Library has all the resources you need to help you appreciate birds – including birding backpacks, field guides, gardening and water-themed books.Read MoreCelebrate World Migratory Bird Day!
The great debate: which is better… the book or the movie? Many great movies are adaptations of great books; think of Forest Gump, Hidden Figures, Harry Potter, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and countless others. What do you prefer?Read MoreBooks vs Films
The Bracebridge Library has lots of new books that will be arriving on our shelves shortly. Here are a few that need to be on your radar!Read More2023 New Books We Can’t Wait For