"I will admit that I definitely have a personal interest in this program because I am utterly and hopelessly in love with Domo. However, he is a very popular character in our community and giving teens the opportunity to take their buddy throughout…"
"I absolutely love this idea! I definitely want to implement something like this in the future. I am really interested in augmented reality/digital scavenger hunts, but most of my teens just don't have the resources to do something like that, so…"
Teens in Alhambra, CA, will be 'Seek the Unknown" in their community with their special friend, Domo-Kun! Teens will check out a Domo doll at the Teen Reference Desk and submit pictures of their buddy throughout Alhambra. Teens who submit the best pics will get a prize and anyone who checks out a Domo will get a treat as well!See More
Once again, our annual TRW celebration was a big hit! I presented a Cryptozoology program for our science classes, (Nessie move over...do you know what really lives in the sewer) held book talks for…Continue
Hi guys! I've been talking with a professor at a local college who is also the facilitator of an on campus anime club. She told me that they watch streaming video from crunchyroll and other free…Continue
I have just started brainstorming ideas for TRW. Thanks to the many posts on various sites, I am planning a week of Blind Book "dating" (students will check out wrapped books with no titles on…Continue
Today we wrap up our Teen Read Week posts with our final Dollar General Literacy Foundation Grant Recipient, Patricia VanArsdale. Patricia is Teen Services Librarian at Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library in Zionsville, Indiana. Isn’t it a beautiful library? Keep reading … Continue reading →
Molly Wetta and Karen Allen of Lawrence Public Library are the innovative minds behind one of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation grant winning projects. Their Choose-Your-Own-Apocalypse scavenger hunt styled program kick starts their Teen Read Week celebration with a real … Continue reading →
Continuing with our Teen Read Week grant recipient interview series, I chatted with Deena Viviani. Deena is the Young Adult, Programming, and Circulation Services Manager at Brighton Memorial Library in Rochester, New York. Deena’s winning proposal centers around the Fourth … Continue reading →