The “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” series by Jeff Kinney is still popular with readers grades 3-6, and a program based on the books is sure to be well attended, especially by boys. Here are [continue reading]
Tired of the same old programs? Here are some great ideas for something new.
“Vampires are out – Zombies are in!” Or so I was told by a tween recently. Here are some Zombie programming ideas, probably best suited to those 10 years old and up, as most Zombie [continue reading]
The upcoming Presidential election is a great opportunity for a fun Do-it-Yourself program, a display, a theme for a storytime or book discussion group, or for some passive programming activities you can leave out for [continue reading]
Photo courtesy of Ana Elba Pavon Following up our previous posts, here are the final reports from our members on their recent ALA Conference experiences. Lisa Hubbell attended “Teen Advisory Boards – Keeping Teens Interested,” [continue reading]
Following up our previous posts, here is another report from one of our members on her recent ALA Conference experiences. Odette Batis attended the presentation “Outreach as a Core Principle” and found it to be [continue reading]
Children’s Program Ideas – Legos Lego programs have been growing in popularity at many libraries. They attract those boys who may be drifting away from reading, and girls enjoy the Legos, too. Most of the [continue reading]