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York County Libraries recommend reading material with YouTube Book Talks

York County Public Libraries are posting Book Talks on YouTube recommending different reading material they offer. (WYDaily/Courtesy of York County Public Libraries)
York County Public Libraries are posting Book Talks on YouTube recommending different reading material they offer. (WYDaily/Courtesy of York County Public Libraries)

York County Public Libraries is using their YouTube channel to recommend books and offer entertainment as the pandemic continues.

The library started doing book talks on their YouTube six months ago, talking about a curated list of books hand-picked by staff.

There have been a variety of book talks for adults, teens and children showcasing different materials the library offers.

For Volume 4’s recommendation, two Youth Services staff members discuss exciting and mysterious middle grade fiction book they picked out.

Selections include “What We Found in the Corn Maze and How It Saved a Dragon,” “Wings of Fire: The Dragonet Prophecy,” “Summer of Lost and Found,” “Aggie Morton Mystery Queen: The Body Under the Piano” and “The Arctic Code.”
Watch the most recent book talk discussing these reading materials below:

The YouTube channel also offers story time videos, crafts with staff, virtual concerts and more.
To stay up to date with York County Libraries follow their Facebook page and subscribe to their YouTube channel here.

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