2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
Susan has read 52 books toward her goal of 130 books.
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2012 Reading Challenge

2012 Reading Challenge
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5th October 2013

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HAPPY STAR WARS READS DAY, Y’ALL!
WE ARE HAVING SO MUCH FUN! So when you first come into the children’s department you see our craft. You can cut out Princess Leia’s buns or Yoda’s ears and stick ‘em to a headband to wear proudly.
Over in the Early Literacy center we’ve set up a book display of Star Wars books (it is Star Wars reads day, afterall) (EEEE! As I type this there is a little boy sitting there reading a Star Wars book! SUCCESS!)
Our photobooth is off the hook! Well, not exactly, but I quite like it. I’ve made a backdrop of stars (and declared that this is what the sky looks like over Tattoine if you’re at the south pole on midsummer’s night), we’ve put out our lightsabers, and my awesome coworker has lent us her Star Wars masks (from this etsy shop).
We also have a “vote for your favorite Star Wars character” spot where you can put a pom pom in a parmesan cheese tube and at the end of the day it should be obvious who is the best (hint: Not Vader).
So far the quote of the day is, “Quick! I need a picture of her buns!” (A small child was making herself Princess Leia’s buns craft but she didn’t know why so we needed to show her what Princess Leia’s buns look like.
Passive programming is my favorite. It doesn’t take much time, and it makes a lot of kids happy. We’ve been open half an hour alnd already 9 kids have been enjoying it.

HAPPY STAR WARS READS DAY, Y’ALL!

WE ARE HAVING SO MUCH FUN! imageSo when you first come into the children’s department you see our craft. You can cut out Princess Leia’s buns or Yoda’s ears and stick ‘em to a headband to wear proudly.

imageOver in the Early Literacy center we’ve set up a book display of Star Wars books (it is Star Wars reads day, afterall) (EEEE! As I type this there is a little boy sitting there reading a Star Wars book! SUCCESS!)

imageOur photobooth is off the hook! imageWell, not exactly, but I quite like it. I’ve made a backdrop of stars (and declared that this is what the sky looks like over Tattoine if you’re at the south pole on midsummer’s night), we’ve put out our lightsabers, and my awesome coworker has lent us her Star Wars masks (from this etsy shop).image

imageWe also have a “vote for your favorite Star Wars character” spot where you can put a pom pom in a parmesan cheese tube and at the end of the day it should be obvious who is the best (hint: Not Vader).

So far the quote of the day is, “Quick! I need a picture of her buns!” (A small child was making herself Princess Leia’s buns craft but she didn’t know why so we needed to show her what Princess Leia’s buns look like.

Passive programming is my favorite. It doesn’t take much time, and it makes a lot of kids happy. We’ve been open half an hour alnd already 9 kids have been enjoying it.

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  1. booksavvy reblogged this from ellpea and added:
    Happening at all our libraries today! :)
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    oooh can I come in can I can I????
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    Because y’all want to know what I am up to today, right?
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