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Fizz! Boom! Read! Week Five!

We’re just past the middle of the summer, and our readers are still going strong!  What’s happening at the library this week?  Take a look: 141 more words


The fun doesn't end with the Ice Cream Social

Your library is offering more great programs for kids and families this week!

Tuesday, July 29
2:00-2:45 p.m.
Getting Excited About Science
at the Annerino Center, 201 Recreation Drive, Bolingbrook… 108 more words

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Minecraft Madness!

This summer, a coworker and I decided to provide a Minecraft program for children ages 6 to 11.  Originally, we planned to only offer it every other Monday; however, due to the high demand for the program, we ended up offering it EVERY Monday and EVERY Wednesday!  721 more words

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The Library Takes a Cue From the Fast Food Burrito Racket

It’s said there’s more than one way to skin a cat. As a cat lover, I’ve always been appalled by that saying. Why would you want to skin something so ludicrously cute, and as if doing such an unspeakably cruel thing one way isn’t enough, why are we to believe there’s value in spending time figuring out multiple ways to do it? 511 more words

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Online Book Clubs for Teens

It is finished! Check out my Ignite presentation below
which is a bit like an abstract of my full paper.

My project began as a simple interest in online learning communities but morphed into an exploration of online book clubs. 111 more words

Science Storytime: Reactions & Explosions

Science Storytime: Reactions & Explosions

(Summer 2014)

Topics: Science, chemistry

Place: Fayetteville Free Library

Date: Wednesday, 7/9 from 9:30-10:30am


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Library Events Support Chemistry, Physics, Forensics & More this Summer!

Statewide Summer Learning Programs Offer Developmental Advancement

This summer, libraries across the state are offering an innovative summer reading program to young readers. Titled Fizz, Boom, Read!, the program supports the development of reading and literacy skills, while also allowing participants to explore the intersection of science and the humanities. 653 more words

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