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Getting Prepared for NaNoWriMo

  By Courtney Clark, MLIS, M.Ed., Sangaree Branch Manager What’s NaNoWriMo? Do you have the next great American novel sitting in your head, waiting to be written? If so, consider joining NaNoWriMo in November. If you’re not familiar with the organization, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. You can learn how it works here or […]

New Kid’s Books by Authors of Color

Zombie Stories for Tweens

Readers are Leaders in the St. Stephen Summer Reading Program

Impacting the Community Written by: Tharin Nolte | Mobile Outreach Clerk Mark-Anthony Holden and his mother, Lisa Holden-Smalls are familiar faces at the St. Stephen Library. Mrs. Holden-Smalls gave the library staff a flyer that states “Readers are leaders in the St. Stephen Summer Reading Program”. Mrs. Holden-Smalls credits participation in the Summer Reading Program […]

Library provides ‘toolbox’ for children with communication barriers

Library provides ‘toolbox’ for children with communication barriers By Rickey Ciapha Dennis Jr. rdennis@berkeleyind.com  Oct 11, 2017  While the library is typically a quiet place, Berkeley County is making an exception. Florence Lewis-Coker, the branch coordinator at the county’s main library in Moncks Corner, invited a group of early intervention professionals to the library to spread […]

Best Sellers In Many Formats

Experience a Best Seller in a New Format Written by: Nanette Hamilton, Berkeley County Library System Digital Librarian Are you dying to get your hands on the newest title to hit the Best Seller list? Or have you read a best seller 10 times now and can’t get enough of it? Why not satisfy that […]