Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) Book related activities | Community service programs | Craft programs | Drama and performance programs | Food programs | Gaming programs | Guests in the library | Potpourri of programs | Programming in a pinch | Science programs | Tech programs Book related activities Author Event Author visits school/library and gives 30-40 min. presentation followed by either an activity (writing workshop) or Q/A.
Local authors often will appear free, or for the cost of transportation. Check with other venues to see about coordinating a visit and share fees. Many authors will also agree to participate in a Skype session for a minimal fee. Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) Don’t Forget the Tweens. By Sarah Bean Thompson. email@example.com on January 8, 2014 Teen services in the library cover a large age group from middle school to high school.
But what about that group of preteens or tweens? GrowWNYGreen It Yourself (GIY): Eco-Friendly Seed Bombs - GrowWNY. Green It Yourself (GIY) is a new blog series about upcycling everyday things to make the perfect gifts and more.
Last week we created teacup candles from old candles and vintage teacups. Do you have some Green It Yourself ideas? We want to hear from you! Enter our GrowWNY Green It Yourself contest and get entered to win some great local prizes! Happy GIY Wednesday everyone! Hosting a Library Mystery: A Programming Guide - Books / Professional Development - Books for Academic Librarians - Books for Public Librarians - Books for School Librarians. 120 pages6" x 9"SoftcoverISBN-13: 978-0-8389-0986-7Year Published: 2009AP Categories: A, C, E, I Read sample chapters and the book's index now!
Whether it’s solving the morning crossword puzzle, working out whodunit in a best-selling thriller, or participating in the library’s mystery book club, everyone loves a mystery! In Hosting a Library Mystery, Elizabeth Karle capitalizes on our delight of the genre through this unique, interactive programming guide. Karle’s innovative and interactive ideas will coax children on a quest to learn about pirates, college students to uncover the research tools needed for class, or new patrons to discover the riches of the library’s collection.
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