For January, the Monday Mystery Book Club read Assault with a Deadly Glue Gun (An Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mystery) by Lois Winston. A couple members enjoyed this one, but one member absolutely hated it.
Sounds disgusting, doesn’t it? Would it change your mind if I told you it was made from melted chocolate and Chow Mein noodles?
This is just one of the fun things we did at our very first Boy’s Book Club meeting this last Saturday! We also looked through the choices for the April through July meetings. If you were not able to attend, here is the list of options:
Top 5 Reasons to Celebrate Valentine's Day with Zombies
If you are the kind of person who checks out MCPL's teen programs in advance, you might just be wondering why the Boardwalk and Parkville branches are promoting zombies this month. After all, it’s February, most notably honored for Black History Month, President’s Day, and of course, Valentine’s Day. This is the month for love, not for the undead, right?
Well, allow me to enlighten you and explain exactly why I’d rather celebrate the month of February with grey zombies than with pink hearts.
The Lee's Summit Genealogy Book Club is now in its 8th year. The group started meeting in 2005 with two members and has expanded to over fifteen. We meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. It's a great way to share the love of books and genealogy. Books are read that would never have been read if not for the club.
We’ve got some crazy cool events just for teens and we can’t wait to tell you about them.
This is Madness March Madness: Monday, March 12th @ 6:30 p.m. Are you absolutely nuts about basketball? Is March madness the best time of the year or what? We think so. Join us as we discuss the year in college basketball, check out some great highlights, and of course, fill out our brackets for the NCAA tournament. It’s going to be an awesome night.
Teen Book Club: The Remarkable Life and Times of Eliza Rose
In honor of Women's History (March!), this month's LS Branch Teen Book Club selection features a wonderful work of historical fiction that revolves around a famous (er...infamous!?) and intriguing woman from history, Nelly Gwyn. Not familiar with her? Check out The Remarkable Life and Times of Eliza Rose by Mary Hooper.