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Travel ‘out of this world’ with our Carried Away Book Club

Have you checked out our Carried Away Book Club yet? It’s perfect for kids who prefer to read and create at their own pace—regardless if that pace is super-speedy, slow and steady, or somewhere in between. Also, the kids can … Continue reading

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Join Mentor Reads to Learn about President James A. Garfield

Every day is President’s Day in Mentor, because our city is one of the few that can claim to be a hometown to a president. To celebrate (and also learn about) our president we started a book club, Mentor Reads … Continue reading

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Try one of the online book clubs at Mentor Library

Mentor Library has book clubs for art lovers, mystery enthusiasts, teens, seniors, American Girl fans and more. And they’re all great (largely because the people who come to them are wonderful.) Besides, a book club’s a fun way to discover new books … Continue reading

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James A. Garfield National Historic Site & Mentor Library team for new book club

James A. Garfield National Historic Site is one of Mentor Library’s favorite partners. We already team with them on our Major Battles of the Civil War series. (The next talk, by the way, is on the Battle of Cedar Creek … Continue reading

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New Book Club for Teens at Mentor Library

Ariel Johnson, one of the library associates at Mentor Public Library, wishes she read more for fun when she was a teenager. “I didn’t do a ton of leisurely reading when I was in high school, mainly because I was … Continue reading

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