Library Life: March 2015
This episode of Library Life includes:
Highlights of the special Read With A Principal program, where elementary school principals from surrounding communities read their favorite picture books to students and their families.
An interview with local award-winning author, Mary Hutchings Reed, who discusses her journey from a lucrative law career to becoming a self-published author, summarizing a few of her novels, including the runner up to 2014 Soon to Be Famous Illinois Author contest, Warming Up.
A showcase of creative technical projects made during Teen Lab: Stop -Motion Animations, where students attend the open lab session to connect with other tech-minded teens and share ideas.
Adult Services Staff Recommendation includes Bette Davis movies available on DVD: Dark Victory, The Old Maid, The Letter, Deception, The Great Lie, and Now, Voyager.
Youth Services Best Book Recommendation: Rain Reign, by Ann M. Martin. Other books featuring characters with special needs include: Rules, by Cynthia Lord; Mockingbird, by Kathryn Erskine; The Categorical Universe of Candice Phee, by Barry Jonsberg; Out of My Mind, by Sharon M. Draper; andAnything But Typical, by Nora Raleigh Baskin.
Scenes from the Super Saturday: Dave Rudolf program, where the Grammy-nominated musician and author gets the audience dancing during this interactive performance featuring the joy of just being silly.
Patron Interview: What is your favorite book of all time and why?