"We are also Seeking the Unknown through science with Fiber Optic lights, Radiometers, Plasma Ball, Microscopes, and more during the week. Special drawings for Super Hero books and giveaways during the week too. "
"Student's in 6th grade and up Join us for
Seek the Unknown @ Monroe Public Library
Teen Read Week
October 13-19(14-18) Bring Your Library Card!
Monday, October 14 – Super Hero Day @ Monroe Public Library…"
"Super Hero Day will be one event during Teen Read Week. Teens can come to the library dressed as their favorite super hero. They can enjoy sharing favorites of Graphic Novels such as the Avengers, the Hulk, Superman and Batman. We will…"
"Teen Read Week is always an exciting time. Students are back in school and familiar with routine. They have more time now to get involved with the library and special programs during Teen Read Week. The Teen Advisory Board can also take and…"
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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 →