Library Life: May 2015
This episode of Library Life includes:
- The launch of the Summer Reading Program: Read to the Rhythm, detailing how readers of all ages can get in tune and earn prizes for reading from the Adult, Teen, and Youth Services departments.
- An interview with author, Sue Baugh, who describes her journey to remote areas of the earth, rediscovering the conversations between us and nature, featured in the June 4 program, Echoes of Earth.
- Imaginative crafts created with recycled and repurposed pieces during Create-a-Craft: Earth Day Fun, where young visitors work at their own pace to create something “green.”
- Youth Services Best Book Recommendation: Bud, not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis. Other music-themed books include: Molly Moon and the Monster Music, by Georgia Byng; The Last Holiday Concert, by Andrew Clements; The Music of Dolphins, by Karen Hesse; The Trumpet of the Swan, by E. B. White; and A Mouse Called Wolf, by Dick King-Smith.
- Adult Services Staff Recommendation also includes books with a music theme: Hip Hop Family Tree, by Ed Piskor; When They Were Boys, by Larry Kane; The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story, Vivek J. Tiwary; The Beatles Anthology, by The Beatles; The Beatles: An Oral History, by David Pritchard and Alan Lysaght; and Best Book Pick: Baby’s in Black, by Arne Bellstorf.
- Scenes from Super Saturday: Andy Head’s Wonderfully Wacky Juggling Show, the exhilarating performance featuring dramatic tricks designed for sophisticated kids and silly adults, alike.