Sunday, September 12, 2021

Patriot Day

We remember the lives that were lost and the heroes who risked their lives on that terrible day. Twenty years gone but certainly never from our hearts and souls. 

 For more information on Patriot's Day, check out some of our books via our catalog at

Friday, September 3, 2021

Labor Day

Hello friends, 

Let's talk about Labor Day!

Labor Day is an American federal holiday that celebrates the economic and social contributions of American workers. Labor Day also symbolizes the end of summer. It is often celebrated with family picnics, parties, parades and atheltic events. 

There are many safe and fun ways to celebrate Labor Day:

1) Check out a book from the library about Labor Day. We have many books about Labor Day. Check our catalog at Here are some of our favorite Labor Day reads:

2) Check out a "thing" from the Library of Things. Whether its a rainbow sprinkler, a Roku, or a Go Pro, these items will be sure to bring smiles and fun to your family. For Syosset school district residents only, you can check the availability of "things"  here:

3)  Visit a state park.  Did you know that the Syosset Library has passes to many state parks and museums. For more information, click on:

Have a nice weekend, friends!


Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Back to School

 Hello everyone,

Wow, we can't believe that summer is almost over. It truly flew by with a blink of an eye!

We hope you enjoyed the Tales and Tails Summer Reading program. All 400+ participants rocked it and won so many wonderful prizes. You are all star readers.

The new school year is just around the corner. Who is ready? We just know that you will all do great this year and achieve so much. To get ready, we have picked out some of our favorite school reads.                                                      


We hope you have a wonderful first day of school.

With love,
The Children's Room

Monday, August 9, 2021

The Dog Days of Summer

Hello friends,

    Have you ever wondered what the term "dog days of summer" means? Well, today's post will breakdown the meaning of the popular term.

    The "dog days of summer" refers to the period between July 3 - August 11 particularly because, this time period is known to be the hottest days of the summer. The "dog days" are so  hot and humid, that even dogs would much rather lay about rather than run around. 

  In ancient Greece and Ancient Rome astrology, the "dog days" appeared around the same time that Sirius, the dog star, appears to rise alongside the sun. The Greeks and the Romans believed that the heat from the two stars combined is what made these days so hot.

    Since we are currently in the "dog days of summer," check out some of our favorite books about dogs and summer!  Visit our catalog at to browse our collection, or ask us, your favorite Children's librarians at 516-921-7161 ext. 211.

Happy reading!

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Summer Display Board

Our summer display board is looking so sweet! Have you checked it out?

Tell us what you think!