Delicious Lunches

At this time of year the thought of packing lunches can cause a lot of stress. Your library can help!  Visit us for these excellent books packed carefully with ideas, recipes, and inspiration for tasty lunches the little people in your life will actually eat! The school year survival book : healthy recipes and sanity-saving... Continue Reading →

NDN Book Club

Are you an Indigenous person looking to read Indigenous literature with Indigenous friends? We have started a book club just for you! Recognizing that Indigenous folks often do not join book clubs, we wanted to create a space that caters to this specific demographic. Furthermore, we are mostly reading books that are moving and uplifting... Continue Reading →

Intercultural Development Inventory

The Board and staff of Thunder Bay Public Library (TBPL) have participated in an Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) process. This was administered by DiversiPro, an organization that specializes in intercultural competence development. This involves some on line assessments followed by a group discussion, personal feedback, and individual action plans. To accomplish TBPLs strategic directions, we... Continue Reading →

Cover Image: Best Kept Secrets by Sandra Brown This book is 448 pages long and is a fiction novel that could fall into genres like romance, suspense and mystery. Best Kept Secrets is not part of a series but has many other books similar by the same author. I am in grade 12 and  I... Continue Reading →

Starting Kindergarten

It feels like it can’t be possible but walk into any store and you’ll see the shelves beginning to fill up with shiny new school supplies. Some children (and let’s face it, some adults) look forward to a new school year with anticipation and excitement. There are always the others, however, that face September with... Continue Reading →

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