Big News! Our picture book section has reopened for browsing. Plus, we have a new system of organizing them that we hope will help kids browse through them more easily and independently. Now, books are organized by their topics instead of alphabetically by author’s last name. Books featuring high interest topics, like DINOSAURS, SCHOOL, and PETS are now all together in one place! Parents and educators will love the sections devoted to areas of child development and learning, like EMOTION and MATH! The “Topic” spine labels even feature easy to identify icons kids will recognize, even if they are not yet able to read. As with many changes, this one is sure to take a while to adjust to. If you need help figuring how to find a book on the shelf with our new system, check out the links to our infographics, which help explain how items can be found. You can also checkout our hint list, for frequently searched for topics. Found a Book in our catalog? Not sure How to read...
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- 233:00 PM-4:00 PMJun/Wed/2021
The 12 Principles of Animation, introduced by Disney animators in the book Illusion of Life are the secrets to making animation compelling and alive. Chris Siemasko, an animator for Pixar Animation Studios, will introduce children to the first three lessons all animators learn.5:00 PM-6:00 PMJun/Wed/2021
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Poetry Workshop: Exploring the art and craft of writing poetry from past to present / Online Program7:00 PM-8:00 PMJun/Wed/2021
with Marian Grudko
Wednesday, June 23
Registration is required. You can register below or by contacting Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
The 1920s ushered in the modern era in the world of poetry, and its influences are still going strong, 100 years later.
At this workshop, we will listen to and examine the poetry of T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, Marianne Moore and Langston Hughes. You will then be invited to read a poem of your own – and see how the grand shift in style of the earlier time still echoes in our work today.
About our presenter: Marian Grudko is the author of Lucinda Snowdrop and co-author of Claudine: A Fairy Tale for Exceptional Grownups, with T.A. Young. She is also a composer and storyteller, and her work can be seen on her new and evolving YouTube channel and at soundcloud.com.