Monday, March 16, 2020 at the end of the business day, ALL locations of
the Alcona County Library are CLOSED to the public until further
The closure of the libraries
is in response to public health and safety concerns, and to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. The Alcona County Library hopes to be proactive and
avoid any further spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Further updates will be available on library.alcona.lib.mi.us and the library’s Facebook site.
The Parabola Storytime series is a collection of stories and myths by the leading storytellers of Native American tribes. Originally produced by "Parabola" magazine in audio format, many of these stories appear here in written form for the first time, with the permission of tribal elders, and are enhanced by artwork authentic to the tradition. These stories evoke the beauty, wisdom, and living spirit of surviving oral traditions. In these six Iroquois tales, animals showcase the best of human emotions and spirit. Buzzard flies to the Creator to bring back clothes for all the birds. Tiny Chipmunk takes on massive and powerful Bear in a challenge to determine whether or not the sun will keep rising. In the title story, a young boy has lost his human family and finds love in the home of the Bears. Wise and foolish, cowardly and brave animals teach humans how to live better lives, while providing entertainment. This replaces 006021287X.