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Settle into summer with these children's books

The Beaufort County Public Library System is gearing up for its annual Summer Reading Program for all ages. Here are some great books to share with your children to help them "dig into reading" this summer:
Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert

Gullah Culture

The term "Gullah" or "Geechee" describes a unique group of African Americans descended from enslaved Africans who settled along the Atlantic coast, often on sea islands, between what is now Wilmington, NC to Jacksonville, FL. Gullah is a broad culture embracing the political, social, economic, linguistic, and artistic life of native African-American Sea Islanders.Read More...

'Fifty Shades' of Groundbreaking Reads

Ever wonder what avant-garde adults were reading before E.L. James' erotic trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey? Here are some salacious "Groundbreaking Reads" that might whet your appetite.

Mac Media Production Lab Classes for Teens This Summer at the St. Helena Branch Library!

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Look no further, as the St. Helena Branch Library has got you covered. Whether you are into animation, film making, game design, drawing, or graphic design... we have the class for you and each class is FREE. Be sure to check the Beaufort County Library calendar for class times and days during the months of June, July, and August. Flyers for these classes will also be posted around the different branches. To register for these classes please call Melanie at 255-6547.Read More...

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