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Do you want to join Darien Library? That's great! We're glad to have you here. To check out materials or use a computer, you need to have a library card. It's a quick and easy process. Just come to the Welcome Desk when you first enter the Library to get started. To get a Darien Libary Card Bring in to the Welcome Desk something with your Darien address on it (e.g. a piece of mail, your license, l ...

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Darien Book Matchmaker 3000

Are you looking for a Summer Reading book recommendation tailored specifically to your interests? Take our Summer Reading Book Matchmaker to discover the title meant just for you!

  • Last Updated 11 months ago

Summer Reading Begins Today

Darien Library is excited to present our digital Summer Reading program to you. Hop into our time traveling taxi as we travel across history with Darien Time Machine 3000! This summer, we are traveling through some incredible periods of history with our time travel theme. Unfortunately, we have gotten into some time machine trouble— each of us has gotten stuck in different years and we are ...

  • Last Updated 10 months ago
  • Catherine Stricklan

Summer Reading Fun: "Mystery on the Ostrich Express"

Now that Summer Reading has begun, join us twice a week for posts with activities and materials to take your enjoyment of our list of Summer Reading books to the next level! To check out our full lists of Summer Reading book suggestions, or for more information about the Summer Reading program, check out our Summer Reading ...

  • Last Updated 10 months ago
  • Catherine Stricklan

Summer Reading Fun: "Fry Bread"

Welcome back to Summer Reading Fun, where we highlight some of our favorite Summer Reading books and show off fun extension activities to take your enjoyment of our list of Summer Reading books to the next level! To check out our full lists of Summer Reading book suggestions, or for more information about the Summer Reading program, check out our

  • Last Updated 10 months ago
  • Catherine Stricklan

Summer Reading Fun: "The Next President"

Welcome back to Summer Reading Fun, where we highlight some of our favorite Summer Reading books and show off fun extension activities to take your enjoyment of our list of Summer Reading books to the next level!

  • Last Updated 10 months ago
  • Catherine Stricklan

Summer Reading: Green Covers Recommendations

What a month it’s already been! The library has re-opened, Summer Reading is officially in full swing, and you know what that means: It’s time to start working your way through your Summer Reading Timeline! First up this year is reading a book with a green cover, a task that can be a bit tricky when you’re weeding through the entire Children’s Library collection. To help you get started, we’ve ...

  • Last Updated 10 months ago
  • Catherine Stricklan

Kindergarten and First Grade Summer Reading Suggestions

Check out this list of great new books for Kids in Kindergarten and First Grade. We shared these books when we visited your school! Can you read them all before the summer is over?

  • Last Updated 4 years ago
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Second and Third Grade Summer Reading Suggestions

Check out this list of great new books for Kids in Second and Third Grade. We shared these books when we visited your school! Can you read them all before the summer is over?

  • Last Updated 4 years ago
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Fourth and Fifth Grade Summer Reading Suggestions

Check out this list of great new books for Kids in Fourth and Fifth Grade. We shared these books when we visited your school! Can you read them all before the summer is over?

  • Last Updated 4 years ago
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MMS Summer Reading Suggestions

Check out this list of great new books for Kids and Teens attending Middlesex Middle School. We shared these books when we visited your school! Can you read them all before the summer is over?

  • Last Updated 4 years ago
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It's the October in June Edition

Greetings and welcome to the October in June edition of You Are What You Read. **I**, for one refuse to go backward and drag out the down comforter and put it back on the bed. This is causing me some less than restful nights. But someone has to draw the line and you all are looking at her. This week’s housekeeping is as follows. There have been no offerings yet this summer. I understand life g ...

  • Last Updated 4 years ago
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