Issue 47: November/December 2012: Decide what eReader is right for you or a loved one; Hattie Larlham shows in the art gallery; job hunting in the 21st century, the new Common Core standards for each grade level; book reviews, recipe, craft, meet the staff, and more.
September/October 2012: Learn about our Friends and Volunteers; Cruising with Carol with more audiobook suggestions; story about the Life of a Library book; the buzz about 50 Shades of Grey; more teen titles; recipes and crafts.
Issue 45: July/August 2012: Preparing your child for kindergarten, Coupon Guy tells all, Book reviews for every age, Twins Days Festival and Author Book Signing, and celebrate the 100th episode of the ABC Book Review Podcast.
Issue 41: Nov/Dec 2011: A Librarian’s Guide to eReaders, best shopping websites for unique individuals, book reviews, and NEW short fiction piece by LS Jackson.
Issue 39: July/August 2011: Director Laura Leonard talks about all the new changes to our library this year, including new staff and new building changes and renovations. Read about our summer reading club so far. Learn how to become an audiobook narrator. Hunger Games Read-Alikes.
Issue 38: May/June 2011: Coffee for a Cause recap, Chair Yoga, the new Library catalog update, and Summer Reading Club highlight!
Issue 34: July/Aug 2010: Articles include Centennial Garden, Project Twinsburg contestant profiles, film programs, TPL Week programs, Gaming, and more.
|Issue 32 : Feb/Mar 2010: Articles include information on the library’s Centennial, library offerings for every taste, new recipe, Letter Land info and tech tips!|
Issue 31 : Dec 09/ Jan 10: Articles include information about the Library’s “Commit to Get Fit” series of programs, Reader’s Advisory services, a recipe for Gingerbread cookies courtesty of the Taste of Twinsburg blog, and all about Audiobooks.
Issue 30: Oct/Nov 2009: Articles include “Haunted Happenings” at the library, “Einstein’s Telescope”, Interview with Bluesman Dan Holt, information on the upcoming Anthony Horowitz visit, recipes, meet the staff, ask a librarian, and more!