Check out this year’s top fiction picks from literary awards like the Scotiabank Giller, Governor General’s Literary Awards, Booker Prize, and the National Book Awards. You might discover your next favorite author or genre. Don’t forget, you can also place a hold online.
Browse for book bargains and recover from all that Black Friday shopping!
October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and thanks to a micro grant from the International Dyslexia Association Ontario and its Read October campaign we have been able to add “decodable books” to our children’s collection! The Petawawa Public Library is happy to help raise awareness of dyslexia and the resources available in our own library.
October is a busy month! There’s Thanksgiving, Hallowe’en, Canadian Library Month, Ontario Public Library Week, Dyslexia Awareness Month and First Nation Public Library Week which runs from October 2-6! Read on to discover the special events for the week.
We are excited to officially announce the completion of our new Circulation Desk(a.k.a. the Accessible Service Desk Retrofit). This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Enabling Accessibility Fund. This is how it started. (Yes, that is duct tape holding the bottom together). This was our temporary service point. (We’ll just callContinue reading “Our New Circulation Desk!”
Congratulations to Auni Milne of Sumack Loft, the designer of our logo! The bear logo was submitted to LogoLounge, who selected it to be published in the next LogoLounge book. This book includes winning designs from around the world and is used by advertising agencies, communications companies, and graphic design boutiques as inspiration for theirContinue reading “Library Logo Wins Award!”
Book a session with an Ontario Parks Ambassador.
Having fun isn’t hard, when you’ve got a library card… Check out Medici TV, it’s not just another streaming service!
A close-up view of our “moon surface” showing a few of the craters we made. The impact craters are highlighted by dashed circles. We even had one marble that created two craters!
Jacob, a student from Nipissing University in the Bachelor of Education program, has just finished a placement here at the Petawawa Public Library. Here’s what he had to say about the experience.