Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Friday, September 14, 2018

Recommended Spooky Reading

Is it too early to recommend some spooky reading?  Halloween is just around the corner.  Well, some corner, somewhere.  It might be forty blocks away, but the weather is fine, and the walking will do you good.

Take a peek at our early scary book displays at the library.  Minions, make with the digital snaps.


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What's in that glass-topped table?







The book covers include the items' call numbers and shelving locations, so finding these should be easy.  Ask our staff to help.  They could use the exercise.

We have lots of other spooky reads available to checkout.  Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.  Scowl-Face, too.  Well, probably.  You may always browse our book trailer playlists that feature horror/supernatural fiction or paranormal nonfiction.





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Cauli Le Chat

Watch Where You're Standing

My library has a new display, even though October is still a couple of weeks away.



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Paranormal phenomena have occurred throughout the library, as our website and our online brochure explain.


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Of course, we have a video about it.



MPL Promo Trailer (2017)
Is the Library Haunted?
by Mooresville Public Library


During your next visit to the library, see if you can find all the haunted spots shown in the brochure.  Maybe something out of the ordinary will happen to you.  Only watch where you stand.  There may be a disembodied spirit taking up that space.




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Cauli Le Chat


Saturday, September 1, 2018

Help Reunite the NYPL Lions

The New York Public Library lions, Patience and Fortitude, have been greeting patrons since 1911.  When Patience disappears, Fortitude must search the library high and low before sunrise, when they both must return to their pedestals.  Can you help them be reunited?


MPL Book Trailer #464
Lost in the Library:  A Story of Patience & Fortitude
by Josh Funk (illustrated by Stevie Lewis)

This delightful children's picture book will entertain young readers while they help Fortitude search for his lost friend, learning about the New York Public Library along the way.

If you ever have a chance to meet the lions in person, you should.  They are quite an impressive pair!  I met them at the end of 2011, as I previously blogged.  Buffalo Gal took my picture and everything.


Moi with Patience (or is it Fortitude?)




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Cauli Le Chat