Monday, Nov. 28, 4:00pm
Bring a book you are reading to share and discuss. Beverage or snack of your choice is on us! Meeting at Neutral Groundz on Monday, November 28th at 4pm. Open to ages 11-18. No registration required.
Thursday, Dec. 1, 6:00pm
Join us for our last author in our Author Series, Sara Biren! We will be in the Police Annex on Thursday, December 1st from 6-7:30pm.
“This project is made possible by a grant provided by the Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative and was funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.”
Tuesday, Dec. 13, 4:00pm
Bring a book you are reading to share and discuss. Beverage or snack of your choice is on us! Meeting at Neutral Groundz on Tuesday, December 13th at 4pm. Open to ages 11-18. No registration required.
Friday, Dec. 16, 6:30pm
Registration required, begins Nov 21. Call 507-345-5120 or Register Online.
For December's Free Food Friday we will be having a Pajama Party that will also include a waffle bar, white elephant gift exchange, photo booth and more! Please bring a gender neutral gift valued at $5 for the white elephant gift exchange if you are able. Registration required. Open to ages 9-17. Registration opens Monday, November 21st at 10:00am. Register by calling the library, stopping into the library or online at https://www.northmankato.com/taylorlibrary/events-calendar
Cinder & Glass
Cendrillon de Louvois was poised to be the most eligible maiden in all of France. But the death of her father, the king's favorite advisor, has left Cendrillon at the will of her cruel stepmother and stepsisters.
Dubbed Lady Cinder by the court, Cendrillon is forced to become a servant to her new family. But when she attends the royal ball, she catches the eye of the handsome Prince Louis and his younger brother, Auguste.
Even though Cendrillon has an immediate aversion to Louis and a connection with Auguste, the only way to escape her stepmother is to compete with the other girls at court for the Prince's hand.
As her stepmother's cruelty grows, Cendrillon captures the prince's heart . . . though her own heart belongs to Auguste. Cendrillon's fate rests on one question: Can she bear losing the boy she loves in order to leave a life she hates?