Have you had a chance to check out each section of the Consortium Library, yet? If you haven’t, how about a Virtual Library Tour. You can check out areas of the library you may have not known exist.
If you prefer an in-person tour, come and check us out during our library hours.
Banned and Challenged Books, not every book is going to be okay with every reader. There are books that have been challenged according to its contents. Some books that are accessible at the Consortium Library are right here.
If you want to check out other books that have been in the Top 10 Most Challenged Book List, check them out.
There is a belief that the start of April Fool’s Day started in 1582 when France made a switch from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar. The Julian calendar would start the new year at the end of March. When the switch was made to the Gregorian calendar the new year started on January 1. There were people who did not get the information quickly and therefore were called “April Fools” by others. The saying got carried over to other countries and it, therefore, turned into playing jokes on one another on April 1.