Now out in paperback, How to Make Friends with the Dark takes place in the tumultuous weeks after the death of year-old Tiger Tolliver’s mother — her only family. Amidst the chaos of foster homes and funeral arrangements, Tiger learns how to move forward. “This narrative is chiefly a first-person experience of the void left behind when the most important person in a young woman’s. Sep 04, · Summer Reading Program Information. While reading is often its own reward, there’s no reason that reading can’t give you additional rewards sometimes too. That’s where this year’s summer reading challenge for adults comes in! This program runs from June 15th-August 16th, and you can join in at any time. Here’s how it works.
Young Adult Summer Reading Program for Grades June 15 - August Join! SIGN UP ONLINE using your library card and PIN. READ - all age-appropriate books and audiobooks count (3 magazines, manga, or graphic fiction should be recorded as 1 book) RECORD your reading online to earn rewards. Email [email protected] or call , if you need help. Jan 02, · You can attract local teens by re-energizing summer reading with creative program ideas like: "Basic CSI - Crime Scene Investigation" class with the local police department; Henna tattooing and cultural education; "Cinema Summer" reading programs, including character make-up workshops, stop-motion animation workshops, and video production workshop; Art and poetry workshops; and Reading .
Adult Program. Adults look forward to summer as much as kids do. They can relax, take vacations, and catch up on reading, and that makes summer a great time to offer special programming for adults. You may catch some parents who are already coming to the library with their children, or hook some newly retired folks who have a little more leisure time, or even attract busy singles who just want to try .