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The latest happenings and goings of the YA Department such as Program Announcements and other library events.
Just a quick announcment letting everyone know we’ll be closing early on Feb. 4th (Today!) due to snow.
Thank you and have a nice day.
Happy New Year everyone!
This is just a quick update letting you know of the changes to our programming schedule in the teen department.
First off, we finally changed our blog theme from the 2013 Summer Reading program black and red back to its standard white and blue. No more annoying white text on a black ground. Let us know what you think!
During the school year we’ll start putting more emphasis on weekend programs to accommodate teen’s schedules. Check Calendar For Art and Drawing Workshops. We want to start up a program where young aspiring artists can come and share ideas, tips, and advice to enhance their talents and skills.
Anime lovers can enjoy hanging out one Saturday afternoon a month, and discussing their favorite anime. Cosplay welcome!
Homemade Valentines on the 25th & 26th (Saturday & Sunday)
Lego Club on the 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th (every Monday)
Next Anime Afternoon Feb. 1st.
Any questions? Email Us or simply ask one of us in the YA Department
This Month in YA
We’ll be hosting a
‘Gingerbread House Making’
On the weekends of
Thanks for visiting, Castle North Middle School!
it was a lot of fun having you here.
we hope to see you again soon!
for anyone interested, here is the list of books we talked about;
Divergent by Veronica Roth
The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer ( The Lord of Opium, the Sequel)
Wonder by R. J. Palacio
The Compound by S. A. Bodeen ( Fallout, the Sequel)
Matched by Ally Condie
Taken by Erin Bowman
The Terrorist by Caroline Cooney
You can also find where to rent eBooks straight from your eReader here
Making Sugar Skull Masks
In Honor of the Mexican Holiday- The Day of the Dead.
( Known in Catholicism as All Souls Day)
We will be making decorative skull masks
(Known as ‘Calavera’ or Sugar Skulls)
Made and worn by those in traditional celebration of the Day of the Dead.
So come on Down to the
YA Activity Room
Saturday, Nov. 2nd between 1-4pm
Sunday, Nov. 3rd, between 1-4pm
to make a cool, scary skull mask!
The Ohio Township Public Library System would like to tell its young and aspiring students of a fantastic opportunity to improve and develop their research and writing skills with a chance to win scholarship money for collage: The 2014 John F. Kennedy ‘Profile in Courage’ Essay Contest!
It Takes Courage to Stand up for your beliefs. Some elected officials risk their careers to do right by their community and country. in Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy described eight U.S. elected officials who demonstrated political courage.
Here’s Your Chance to write
a new profile in courage
The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation invites U.S. Students to write an essay on an act of political courage by a U.S. elected official who served during or after 1956.
All relevant information on the essay contest such as
registration & submission,
and past winning essays
can be found at
Deadline for submission is January 6, 2014!