By Diane Sheckells
---- — EAST KINGSTON — The East Kingston Public Library is a great meeting place. It is wonderful to see students taking advantage of our resources for homework research or just using our space as a quiet place to work. Tutors meet and work with their students here after school and we have up to date titles in our non-fiction department that could be useful to a wide age group. Often research for class projects requires a print resource and we have a rich supply to draw from. From the presidents and Native Americans to titles on social and scientific issues our juvenile non-fiction section is well stocked.
Some youngsters just prefer reading “real” stories. These information seekers will be pleased with our titles on dinosaurs and undersea animals.
Don’t forget some of the wonderful biographies in the picture book section. These titles present a wealth of information in what is in many cases, an artistic format. Often the text in these beautiful books is challenging. Maybe your future scientist favors earthquakes or weather phenomena. It is all here.
Remember we also have a great telescope your family can borrow and take home to view the autumnal skies. So take advantage of that special spot: the East Kingston Public library.