Has this ever happened to you? You walk in to the library, see all the rows of books and you are overwhelmed by the amount of books you will have to look through to find the one you want. Here’s some information that might just help you narrow down your choices very quickly. I recently read an article in Public Libraries magazine by Liz McLaine. She shared something that caught my eye.
Are your children nagging you to go see a movie this summer? One that all of their friends have seen and are raving about? Many popular movies are based on books. A great experiment and eye opener to try with your children is to read the book aloud or have them read the book before seeing the movie. Your children will appreciate the book and love reading more than ever before!
What’s not to love about Friday? It’s the end of the traditional work week with the weekend in sight! I’m not a fan of the hot and humid weather, so I’ve decided to stay in this weekend and chill out with a good book!
The Raytown Teen Book Club met at the Raytown Branch at 3:15 on June 8. The book discussion for June was Revenge of the Witch by Joseph Delaney. We had an attendance of nine. We started the group out with writing their names in Greek. Denise Bozikis, our very own library staff employee, was a special guest speaker. She is a native from Greece.
After hearing about this title from numerous librarians, I finally placed it on hold and started reading it. After reading a number of Teen novels in the last few years I was not expecting the harsh adult tones, ideas, and language that permeated the book. And I loved it!
Have you ever wished you lived in the future with a robot dog for a pet? Or had adventures that led to the long-forgotten under-realms of Hollywood where cast off sets and props take on a life of their own? Or have you ever wished you would suddenly wake up from amnesia and remember that you were someone famous, maybe a pirate?