Try these links or many more at https://code.org/learn
Get an extra hour of computer time at the library to participate!
Special Raspberry Pi workshop on Thursday, December 11, 2014 from 3:45 – 5:00. Sign up by 12/9/14.
See Young Adult Librarian Jennifer Dunlop or Librarian Sean Edwards with your questions.
Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore – the sequel to Graceling and companion to Fire is new on our shelves.
Bitterblue became queen at 10 years old, after her father, a violent sociopath who could make people believe lies, was killed. Now that she’s eighteen she’s beginning to question how her kingdom is being run and how much she should trust her advisers. She begins to sneak out of the castle at night and walk the streets of her city. There she meets Saf, a boy with secrets of his own. Bitterblue finds that her father’s influence is still affecting the lives of the people in her kingdom.
Read a book lately? Did you love it (or hate it)? Reply to this post with the title, author, what happens in the book, and what you thought about it. Replies will be posted in a separate entry. Each reply will count as one hour of community service. And each person will receive a prize.
So Get Reading!
Author Beth Revis.
Seventeen-year-old Amy leaves Earth to join her parents on the spaceship Godspeed. They are all frozen and expect to wake up in 300 years. But Amy is unfrozen fifty years too early – someone has tried to kill her. She must figure out who it is and stop them before her parents are killed. Can she trust Elder, the next to rule the ship? And is she falling for him? What exactly is happening on Godspeed?
Monday, February 7, 2011 – 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Willem de Kooning was known for his abstract expressionist painting. The abstract expressionists used art to convey strong emotions. Kooning broke up the human figure.
In this workshop you will learn about his life and works and create your own abstract art.
It’s that time of year when you can read books for fun. Graphic novels, vampire romances, werewolves, love stories, adventures, history, science fiction and fact, and much, much more. Join the Catch the Reading Wave @ your library Summer Reading Program for Teens. For each book you read and review you receive a small prize. If you read five book during the summer you will be eligible for special prizes. Sign-up can be done in the library or online at https://ny.evanced.info/lakeview/sr/homepage.asp There is a sign-up prize / info bag that may be picked up at the library.
See Ms. Jennifer Dunlop with any questions.
I recently read and loved “I Am the Messenger” by Markus Zusak. It’s a deep, witty story about a nineteen year old nothing who, when he inadvertently stops a bankrobbery and starts receiving playing cards with messages on them in the mail, is chosen to care. Zusak’s writing style is unique and filled with a dark, dry humor that makes nearly every sentence interesting to read. The book is amazingly good not only for the story, but for the way it is written, and I highly recommend not only “I Am the Messenger” but also any other of Zusak’s work.
Reviewed by Samantha Solero
Thursday, January 21, 2010 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Make a warm and cozy pillow in the cold and windy weather.
Read a book you really loved (or hated) lately? Tell us about it. Include the title, author and a few sentences about the book. Click on the comment link to submit your review. There will be prizes for approved reviews. See Ms. Dunlop, Young Adult librarian, with any questions.