The Charles Town Library has existed for nearly 100 years. Like the people it has served for generations, its history has highs and lows, positive and negative events. We are documenting this history and recording, when we can, the voices of those who experienced it firsthand.
Pudgy Paul and the Rainy Day By Megan France Four Paws (even though there are no dogs in the story) Let me tell you something – humans are funny critters. Take Pudgy […]
The stores have begun the assault. Stacks of pumpkins began sharing space with wreaths early this year as the retail machine rumbled into high holiday gear. But here at the library, we […]
Bruce’s Big StormBy Ryan T. Higgins Shiloh’s Rating: Grrr, I guess Four Paws Bow wowser, I can’t tell you how hard it was to give this book Four Paws, and that’s not […]
A gift worth giving For nearly 100 years, the Charles Town Library has been the community’s gateway to the literary, artistic and knowledge of the world. You can be a part of […]
Starting Tuesday, Nov. 12, Mr. Tim will become the second of Charles Town Library’s storytellers. He will join the popular Miss Debbie who currently spins her tales on Monday, Thursday and every […]
If I Built a School By Chris Van Dusen Shiloh’s Rating: Four paws and a tail wag! Before I tell you what I think of this book, let me just say that […]
See Me Play By Paul Meisel A Review by Shiloh the Charles Town Library Dog Four paws! First, I have to say that any book with four dogs on the cover is […]