8 More Awesome Science Books for Adults

8 More Science Books for Adults on LibraryAdventure.com

Most of the books in my last list of science books for adults were focused on science experiments. Today’s list does have some of those, but I’ve also included some others. Geek Mom: Projects, Tips, and Adventures for Moms and Their 21st-Century Families by Natania Barron, Kathy Ceceri, Corrina Lawson, and Jenny Williams – This […]

The Library Adventure’s Quick Guide to Literary Genres

The Library Adventure's Quick Guide to Literary Genres

The most popular way to categorize literature is by genre. Today’s post is a crash course in understanding genres and in recognizing the category to which a given book belongs. As books in each genre are published for both adults and children, each definition below is accompanied by several examples at a variety of levels. […]

Using Picture Books to Prepare for a Family Trip

Using Picture Books to Prepare for a Family Trip - tips for kids with special needs and typical-developing children {LibraryAdventure.com}

Many kids with special needs thrive on a routine. (And, really, so do many typical-developing kids…and adults!) When the routine needs to change for a family trip, it can help drastically to prepare in various ways. Of course, picture books can help with that! When we go on a planned family trip, I usually gather […]

Book-to-Movie List for Tweens

Book-to-Movie List for Tweens | LibraryAdventure.com

My middle-schooler loves to read. One thing we really like to do is watch movies based on the books we’ve read. We like to compare and contrast the book and the movie. Sometimes, the movies follow the book pretty well. Sometimes, they don’t. This opens a lot of dialogue between Em and me. It’s fun […]

Meet Anne Clark, Department Head/Children’s Librarian

An Interview with Children's Librarian Anne Clark

This month, The Library Adventure welcomes Anne Clark. She is Department Head/Children’s Librarian at Alice and Jack Wirt Public Library in the Bay County Library System in Bay City, Michigan and she blogs at So Tomorrow. I asked Anne about her work at the library as well as the road she took to become a […]