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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As researched by the World Health Organization, one in five individuals between the ages of 10-19 will experience some form of mental illness. WHO also identifies that suicide is the third leading cause of death for those between the ages of 15-19. Recognizing and addressing mental illness can be...
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Did you miss this year’s Top 10 Mistakes Students Make on College Application Essays on Zoom with Randy Levin on April 7, 2021? Click the video below to see the presentation in its entirety.  We hope that the workshop is informative!  
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We have 6 new Library of Things Junior items available for checkout: • Classic ladder toss set • Giant dice set • Giant dominoes set • Jumbo chess and checkers set • Kan Jam set • Spikeball set Interested in checking out ANY of our Library of Things items (we have items for Adults, Teens,...
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Do you like to read and write reviews of the books that you’ve read?  Consider becoming a CATSS Critic!  Check out a Juvenile Fiction, Young Adult Fiction, or Adult Fiction Book from the Summit Free Public Library. Read the book, and either write a review about the book, or film yourself doing a booktalk video. ...
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Summit Free Public Library, the Summit library Chinese Club, and the Friends of the Summit Free Public Library would like to announce the results of the 2021 Summit Library New Year Art Show. The response we received for this event was extremely overwhelming; in total, we’ve received 260 pieces of artwork from 167 entrants of...
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Not quite new books… The books and the librarians miss you in the library! 😕 We are still ordering books for the collection. So, if you’re looking for something new to read, there are a few ways to do it. Browse our shelves: Take a look at some of the lists of new books for...
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What’s the next best thing to browsing our shelves for books and movies inside the library? How about browsing our collections from home? Click on a category such as new fiction, new mystery, new cookbooks, new picture books, new young adult mysteries and young adult graphic novels, new movies, and more, and you will be...
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February is Black History Month. Black History Month is more than a month of remembrance. It is the month that honors the rich history, experiences, struggles and achievements of African Americans. Our librarians have created lists of books, ebooks, audiobooks, movies and music that celebrate contributions and achievements of African Americans. Feel free to browse...
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The 2021 Chinese New Year Art Show is officially live. We have received over 200 artwork submissions from around Summit and in surrounding towns; participants range in age from 4-14. If you’d like to take a quick look at the art show, the complete works are listed below.  They are divided into three categories: Art...
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Do you need help looking for new reading material for your family or your child to read? Are you a middle or high school student and looking for some new books to read? Ask the Youth Services Librarians at Summit Free Public Library, and we will pull some books for you, and put them on...
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