Have you ever wanted to write your own book? Now is your chance to do so with some help from your teen librarians and the folks at NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)! It runs from November 1 to November 30 and the goal is the write a 50,000 word novel just those 30 days! WOW!
Are you up for the challenge? Take a look at our programming all month long in November and register. We have an author visiting, a lockin in the library afterhours, writing programs with snacks and more!
Writers get some sweet prizes and amazing events! Sign up as a NaNo participant in the national program here to help your track your progress and connect with other writers.
Looking for a scary read for October? Take a look at some of these titles.
It’s true! You can check out and read some of your favorite comics and manga on your computer or device!
See comicsplus.mhl.org to see that we offer.
It’s almost October and October means our regular programming is starting back up! Pop in this week for a Crafternoon with Sarah and our first VAB meeting of the year on Thursday October 2nd at 3pm.
Make a Banned Book Week Bookmark today at 3pm!
Art by Grant Snider - http://bit.ly/1sUPjtL
A little bit of sarcasm about banned books. Don’t burn them; read them!! Also check out our Banned Books Week program with bookmarks on Wednesday at 3pm, Buttons on Thursday at 3pm, and the finale to the Guess the Banned Book Contest Friday at 3pm. Put your guesses in the jar today!!
All of these quotes are from actual challenges I found online.
Get ready for banned books week next week! Banned Books week is where we recognize that some people don’t like the books that are in libraries for whatever reasons - and we read them anyway.
You are free to read whatever you want!
Participating in Banned Book Week activities lets you stand up for your right to read!