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  •   Middle School Book Club  - The First Prinicple by Marissa Shrock
    Lunch Time (Tues., & Thurs.,) @ the Library
    High School Book Club - Scorch Trials - Every Tuesday After School - Mrs. Rooze - Room 123


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    Wednesdays
    10 a.m. - Noon

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  • Attracting Pollinators
      Learn how to plant the right species of native plants to attract pollinators and provide a hospitable habitat.

    Join Master Gardener, Emily Roark for this very informative discussion. Bring plants for a plant exchange!


    Date: Tuesday, May 12
    Time: 6:30 pm
    Where: Greentown Public Library

    Call 628-3534 to register.



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    purdue
    Dining with Diabetes: learn how to fight it! Series

    Date: Tuesdays, April 28, May 5
    Time: 6:30 p.m.
    Where: Library Community Room

    All sessions will feature a food component and sample for your tasting pleasure.

    The cost of the series is $25 per person and attendees must attend all four sessions. Call to regis­ter:


     
    Please call 628-3534 to register.

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    May 19th, 5pm-7pm            

    Obstacle Course, sandwiches, Book Walk

    May 26th, 5pm-7pm

    Anime movie/games

    June 2nd, 5pm-8pm

    Cosplay Day/cosplay movie

    June 9th, Time TBA

    Marissa Shrock author



    June 10th, noon – 2pm

    Skating @ Marion, $2.00

    June 17th, noon -2pm

    Teens @elementary library-Big Buddy

    June 23rd, 5-7pm                 Mask making & Hair Chalking

    June 30th, 5-7pm

    Finale! Ice Cream

    WEEKLY PRIZES!







  • What: Lunch Bunch Book Club
    When: Lunch Time (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
    Who:
    Middle School Students
    Where: Library
    Book Title: The First Principle by Marissa Shrock
    *Bring a sack lunch













    What: High School Book Club
    When: Every Tuesday After School
    Who: High School Students
    Where: Room 123, Mrs. Rooze
    Book Title: The Scorch Trials
    The Scorch Trials cover










  • Best Books for Young Adults best of the best chosen
    by YALSA--Young Adult Library Services Association,
    American Library Association
    http://www.ala.org/yalsa/bfya/2012

    Best Young Adult Books 2014 from Goodreads
    https://www.goodreads.com/choiceawards/best-young-adult-fiction-books-2014

    Readalikes -  If you liked reading ___ , then you might
    want to read....this site suggests titles based on what
    book you've just read
    http://atn-reading-lists.wikispaces.com/Read+Alikes

    Lists for Guys:

    Boy Meets Book - best books for YA boys from Reading Rants
    http://www.readingrants.org/category/boy-meets-book/

    Boys Rule, Boys Read - a guy YA librarian picks some great reads for guys http://jaja-cas.blogspot.com/

    Best Young Adult Books 2013
    from Goodreads
    https://www.goodreads.com/choiceawards/best-young-adult-fiction-books-2013

    101 Books for College bound Kids--
    read these before college
    http://www.greatschools.org/students/books/412-recommended-college-bound.gs

    Young Adult Books--What We're Reading
    Now from a young adult librarian and book
    reviewer http://booksbypamelathompson.blogspot.com/

    Lists for Teen Girls:

    Top Ten Books for Teen Girls
    http://jgaunt.hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-books-for-teenage-girls





    Books Every Guy Should Read - a page from Boys Rule, Boys Read http://boysrockbr.blogspot.com/2010/07/books-every-guys-should-read.html

    Guys Read - a website devoted to guys and reading; scroll down to the
    books and click on the link of your choice http://www.guysread.com/

     

  • Every Hero Has a Story
    June 1 —July 17
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    What: Professor Steve's Science of Superman Show
    When: Wednesday, June 3
    Where: Elementary cafeteria
    Time: 1—2 pm

    What: Super Skating Party
    When: Wednesday, June 10
    Where: Idyl Wyld Roller ink
                   4013 S Meridian St, Marion, IN 46953
    Time:
    12—2 pm
    Cost: $2.00 for skates


    What: High-Flying Bounce House & Activities
    When: Wednesday, June 17
    Where: Children’s Library
    Time: 12—3 pm
    *Bring super socks to bounce super high

    What: Ronald McDonald
    When: Friday, June 19
    Where: Elementary cafeteria
    Time: 1—2 pm


    What: It’s a bird... It’s a plane? No, It’s a Superhero
    Challenge

    When: Wednesday , June 24
    Where: Elementary cafeteria
    Time: 1—2 pm
    *Registration is required

    What: Bam! Pow! Water War
    When: Wednesday, July 1
    Where: Children’s Library
    Time: 1—2 pm

    What: Empowering Children to Tell Stories Storyteller,
    Valerie Marsh

    When: Friday, July 17
    Where: Elementary cafeteria
    Time: 1—2 pm


    *Registration is required



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    What: Make & Take Crafts
    Time: 1:00
    Where: Children’s Library/Elementary Cafeteria
    When/What...

    June 5—Superhero Chalk Art Contest
    Design a superhero picture on the sidewalk & win a prize.

    June 12—Cuffs & Capes
    Make an awesome set of super hero cuffs and a super hero cape. *Bring an adult size “small” t-shirt to make the cape. We will provide the paint & decals.

    June 26 – Hero Book w/ Origami Dog Craft
    Create your very own book about heroes. Family pictures, magazine photos or drawings of your favorite hero characters are some ideas. Use color paper, ribbon, stickers & other craft supplies to create your “Hero Book”. Just bring your imagination!
    *
    Registration is required

  • What: Stop Animation & Special Effects
    Movie Making

    When: Thursdays, June 11th & 18th
    Ages: 4th, 5th & 6th grade
    Time: 1—2 pm

    This class will help you learn:
    ·How to create stop animation and make objects appear to move on their own
    ·How to create superhero special effects; for example—How to disappear, how to make objects float, magical animation, etc...
    · How to combine both into an iMovie you can produce and burn to a DVD
    *Registration is required

    What: Internet Safety/Create a Comic Strip
    When: Thursdays, June 25 & July 2
    Ages: 1st, 2nd & 3rd grade
    Time: 1—2 pm

    This class will help you learn:
    ·How to be safe online
    What information you should NEVER share with someone you meet online

    · How to create a “Make Beliefs Comic Strip” to illustrate how to be safe online
    *Registration is required




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    What:
    Babes in Story Land
    When: Mondays,
    Next Session: June 1, 8, 15, 22
    Time: 11—11:30

    Age: Birth to 2 years

    What: Mother Goose
    When: Thursdays,
    Next Session: June 4, 11, 18, 25
    Time: 11—11:30

    Age: 3 years

    What: Story Hour
    When: Tuesdays,
    Next Session: June 2, 9, 16, 23
    Time: 10:30—11:30
    Age: 4-5 years

    What: Combined Preschool
    Drive-in Movie

    When: Monday
    Date: June 29
    Time: 10:30—12:00

    carMake a super car, have a snack & watch a short movie


    R
    egistration is required for preschool programs. Call 628-2882 to register.

  • BOOKS
    Book Adventure 
    Dav Pilkey's Website O' Fun
    Goosebumps
    Jan Brett's Home Page
    Magic School Bus
     
    Magic Tree House Series
    Seussville - check out the university.
    Shel Silverstein: The Official Site for Kids


    TELEVISION
    Arthur
    Between the Lions
    Disney's Official Web Site
    Garfield
    Nickelodeon
    Nye Labs
    Sesame Workshop


    COOL STUFF
    Coloring.com 
    Crayola Web Site
    Create Your Own Cartoon!
    Game Index
    KidsCom
    Lego Web Site
    SmARTkids
    Smithsonian Kids
    The Yuckiest Site on the Internet!


    SPORTS
    Major League Baseball
    National Hockey League - NHL for Kids
    NBA.com
    NFL.com
    WNBA.com

    Sports Illustrated for Kids




    STORIES
    Classic Fairy Tales
    Reading is Fundamental Read Along Stories and Songs



    OUR WORLD
    First Gov for Kids 
    FreeTranslation.com
    MapQuest





  • What is Early Literacy?
    Early literacy is what children know about reading and writing before they actually learn to read and write. Early Literacy is not the teaching of reading. It’s building a foundation for reading through a set of positive interactions so that when they are taught to read, they’re ready. The interactions that children have with books, paper, crayon, music and the adults in their lives will be their building blocks for language, reading and writing development.
    Parents and caregivers are a child's first and best teacher! There are 5 simple practices that help children get ready to read. Incorporating these practices into your daily routine makes a huge difference. It's never too early  or too late! They are:



        Literacy Developmental Milestones Chart

    • Begin reading books early, even when your child is a newborn.
    • Make book sharing a special time.
    • Let your baby see you reading.
    • Visit your public library often.
    • Children who enjoy being read to will want to learn how to read.


     


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