Thanks for reading Chapter Chats through another year of pandemic and uncertainty. We now have more than 180 followers, who have viewed posts almost 40,000 times (maybe we’ll be influencers soon?). The library went through some big changes, from contactless pickup to having all six branches fully open again. We talked about all sorts of things on the blog, from democracy to Paddington Bear, from National Library Week to National Geographic. Hopefully, you found something to suit you.
These blog posts were some of the most popular during the past year; make sure you didn’t miss out:
The Other Black Girl reviewed the hit title and invited you to an author event.
Celebrating Women’s History Month with #ELKReads promoted titles for all ages.
Learn about taking free music lessons with ArtistWorks
Pandemic Reads took a look at Station Eleven and The Plague.
Everyone Has a Flavor reviewed the graphic novel series, Space Boy.
All Things LEGO! talked to folks who love to build with blocks.
The Nature Fix reminded us of the importance of being outdoors.
The Daughters of Erietown reviewed Connie Schultz’s novel of small town, blue collar America.
But maybe you missed some of these other excellent reviews:
Mistborn takes a look at best-selling author Brandon Sanderson’s first series.
Definitely Hispanic offers a light-hearted reflection on owning an identity.
Cooking Up Some Comics introduces some manga titles that feature food.
Happy New Year! We hope to see you often in 2022 – on the blog and in person!