In celebration of Dav Pilkey’s best-selling graphic novel series “Dog Man,” offer crafts and games focusing on the characters. You can also include more general activities to encourage tweens to create their own graphic novels. [continue reading]
Tired of the same old programs? Here are some great ideas for something new.
Free Webinar on Summer Learning Programming
Please see this message from our friends at the San Francisco Public Library: At SFPL, we are rebooting our annual summer learning program and participating in this webinar. It’s free and we’d love to see [continue reading]
ACL Mini-Grant Report from Daly City Library
This year, we had planned our annual Día de los Niños celebration at Daly City Public Library, John Daly Branch. Día de los Niños is an annual celebration that emphasizes the importance of literacy [continue reading]
Virtual: Little Explorers Petting Zoo
Contact information: Vanessa, Booking Manager O: (510) 357-8279 Please pass this along to teachers, schools, and librarians.
DIY: Edible Science
Edible Science is a fun theme for a do it yourself program any time of the year, and works well to promote STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) as well as Makerspace concepts. [continue reading]
DIY: “Geronimo Stilton”
DO IT YOURSELF PROGRAMMING “Geronimo Stilton” Series The “Geronimo Stilton” series of illustrated moving up chapter books are a great focus for a do-it-yourself library program, because it appeals to a wide age [continue reading]
ACL Mini-Grant Report from Oakland Public
By Mahasin Abuwi Aleem The Children’s Room at the Oakland Public Library was honored to receive an ACL mini-grant to support a new program, Family STEAM Night, which was created to attract “tweens” and [continue reading]
Register for the 2020 Performers Showcase
Register for the Performers Showcase: Come see over thirty children’s performers, all in one day, all in one place! Presented annually by the Association of Children’s Librarians of Northern California (ACL), this is a great [continue reading]