Nov 25, 2013

On Going Art Display

At the Seabrook Library -   

Seabrook Middle School
Student Art
A continous display of Art Work created by the students of SMS
please be sure to stop by and view all of the wonderful art created the students.

Aug 27, 2013

new nonfiction

Thinking of going into the Health Profession,
take a look at the  2013 Directory to Careers in Health Care
A resource from the New Hampshire Area Health Education Center.   This informative directory answers the these questions for each health occupation; What would you do?, Where would you work?, What would you earn? What you need for education and what schools offer programs. 

Aug 13, 2013

Thank you!

On behalf of the Seabrook Library, I would like to thank those who made our summer reading program a success.  Since I am the sole children’s librarian, it is only the generosity of all of these people and companies that has made a reality out of my plans.  

Thank you to the many companies or organizations made donations:  Seabrook Station, our most faithful and generous supporter, sponsored our Critters ‘n Creatures program.  Bob’s Discount Furniture has assisted us financially for several years now.  Topsfield Fair provided prizes and a Growums project, as they have for the past several years.  Polar Caves and Ruggles Mine provided free passes for prizes for our readers. 
The individuals who graciously offered to help or donate items, either in advance or on the spot, include Beth Paiva, Gina McGinness, Mikki Phillips, Debbie Simonelli, Catherine Evans, Anna Evans and Bobby Evans, Beth Eckman-White, Nancy Gagne, Marcee Souther, Dyan Kaplan, Barbara Otterson and I know there were more.  Thank you.

To the 111 children who signed up—you make this the best job ever!  To the parents of the 111 children—your dedication to your children’s literacy and community involvement will come back to reward not only you but the whole community as well.  Thank you.

Thank you all; I appreciate your help more than I can say.
Lisa Michaud, Children’s Librarian.

Aug 2, 2013

Aug. 5-8 for Kids at the Library--THE END!


The end is in sight! There is light at the end of the tunnel... 

Monday, Aug.5 at 3:30: Afternoon Experiment: Soil Layers. Do you know the order and types of soil composition? Find out! Then eat :) 

Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 4:00: Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Bring a stuffed animal you can sleep without to spend the night at the library. Pick them up any time after noon on Wednesday. Please take the children home as soon as possible after the story time--this is a very time-consuming project for me! 

Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 6:00: Cave Stories with Special Guest Jasmine. Meet Jasmine, a READs-certified dog! Stories and petting and a craft.

You may in fact check in afterward, but after that I do not 
guarantee entry into the prize drawings. 

Thursday, Aug. 8 at 3:30: Seabrook Station presents "Critters 'n Creatures". This will be an amazing Final Party! We'll have treats for everyone and prizes for all the summer readers...right after you meet a skunk, an alligator, an armadillo, a hedgehog, a python or boa, and a ferret.