NCW Libraries launch into fall with virtual author program

Teen Library Council looking for nominations

Launchpad Tablets now available for checkout. Courtesy NCW Libraries

NCW - Virtual author programs are back. Meet award-winning journalist, cartoonist, and graphic novelist, Malaka Gharib on Thursday, September 15 at 7 p.m.
Sign up now for our full lineup of NCW Virtual Reads fall events by registering at Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m., Diane Wilson, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m., and Christina Lauren, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.
Play, Engage, Explore,
and Learn
Launchpad tablets are now available for check out. Each tablet is loaded with apps, games, storybooks, videos, and more for kids. It is 100% secure and no internet is needed.
Calling All Teens
Do you have a teen in your community who would enjoy influencing library services across North Central Washington? Nominate them for the Teen Library Council by registering at
Fall into Reading
NCW Libraries provides Beanstack, an online service full of seasonal reading challenges and activities to spark (or re-ignite) a love of reading for people of all ages and interests. Log your reading online or through the Beanstalk App.
NASA’s Artemis Project
Learn about NASA's Artemis program and their plans for a new generation of crewed spaceflight through fun activities and reading challenges. Registration opens September 1 and runs through September 30.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Honor diverse voices, unique perspectives, and rich cultural traditions through activities and book recommendations. Registration opens September 15 and runs through October 15.

User menu

NCW Media Newspapers