Staff Blogs

Reading Bingo
20/07/2018
This summer, challenge yourself to read out of your comfort zone by playing Reading...
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20/07/2018
19/07/2018
This heartwarming novel pulls on all your heart stings the more you dive into...
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19/07/2018
16/07/2018
This week, Love Hate and Other Filters by Samira Ahmed had the least amount...
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18/07/2018
10/07/2018
This week, I Am Alfonso Jones by Tony Medina had the least amount of...
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16/07/2018
14/07/2018
Centennial Branch recieved the new Ottawa Self Guided Bicycle Tour maps this week. Linda...
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14/07/2018
11/06/2018
The Battle of the Books is back and will begin on Tuesday, July 3...
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13/07/2018
12/07/2018
Friends of Waldo, and the Stittsville branch of the library have been on the...
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12/07/2018
11/07/2018
Munster was a buzz wiith children who came to see some visiting hairy spiders,...
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11/07/2018
10/07/2018
Scaredy Squirrel is having a super summer in his treehouse but he would love...
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10/07/2018
12/02/2013
After years of living near a forest the term “edible landscaping” conjures images of deer and rabbits eating my lettuce. Adjusting my thinking to urban living I realize this is what I do in my tiny city yard as neighbours hang on my fence with an amused look and then pick a warm cherry tomato as they leave.
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09/07/2018
08/08/2013
It's science and it's fiction but it's not science fiction as a library defines...
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09/07/2018
23/08/2013
The Librarian In a perfect world, librarians would be invited everywhere: football games, birthday...
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09/07/2018
13/12/2013
I found a couple of gems on the 2nd floor at Centrepointe. While they are non fiction they could sneak down to the fiction shelves and feel right at home.
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09/07/2018
21/01/2014
Edgar Allan Poe died in 1849 at the age of 40, a man who...
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09/07/2018
14/09/2014
Much Loved by Irish photographer Mark Nixon is a visual essay of stuffed animals-...
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09/07/2018
27/11/2014
Jane Christmas continues to catch my attention. Author of What the Psychic Told the...
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09/07/2018
21/06/2018
Are you wanting to drive political change and make a difference in your community?...
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09/07/2018
This image shows part of the cover for the book The English Patient
09/07/2018
The English Patient , by Canadian author Michael Ondaatje, won the Man Booker Prize...
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09/07/2018
Tales and Tunes logo
29/06/2018
Please join us for great music, performers, workshops and more at the Tale and...
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09/07/2018
27/06/2018
The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) invites you to “Tales & Tunes: Family Fun Day...
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09/07/2018