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TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of e-books for children. They are a great way to encourage tech-savvy kids to enjoy reading!
There are over 250 animated, talking picture books! The site also features Spanish and French books, read-along chapter books, non-fiction books, and exciting games and puzzles!
We hope that you will get the chance to check out the collections with your child!
You can use your computer, tablet, or mobile phone! All you need is an internet connection. There are no downloads: books are streamed right to your device at the click of a button.
Kim Fahner has been writing her entire life, but has only seriously been writing and publishing poetry since her early twenties. Kim is also an English teacher.
As a member of the League of Canadian Poets, the Writers' Union of Canada and PEN Canada, Kim often brings visiting poets and writers into her classroom, so that her students can see how literature is alive in the world. As the new poet laureate, one of her hopes is to meet with other teachers about how they can use poetry in their classrooms.
This summer, Pierre Laframboise, our Maker-in-Residence, will lead woodworking workshops in the Makerspace at the Main Library.
Are your spices out of control? Build your own spice rack using recycled pallets on Monday, July 11th @ 6:30 PM.
People of all skill level are invited to join.
Space is limited. Registration is required.
Greater Sudbury Memories captures stories, large or small, that reflect the diverse nature of our community, culture, and history highlighting influences and events of individuals, local organizations, business and industry that have shaped the city of Sudbury and its people.
The Great Sudbury Public Library, in partnership with the Greater Sudbury Museums, is creating a storehouse for Greater Sudbury's memories, an online project designed to bring the memories of Sudbury together, to share and preserve for generations to come.
The Greater Sudbury Seed Library is a free program whose goal is to strengthen our community of gardeners and local eaters by sharing biodiverse, locally-adapted seeds.
By joining the Greater Sudbury Seed Library you are joining a community of people dedicated to growing a healthy, sustainable city.