Sunday, September 16—Sunday, October 21 • Location: Little Bear Garden at Gallery Park, 2001 Patriot Blvd.
Welcome back to the Storybook Trail! Stroll, hop, skip or better yet bike along the trail to read I’m New Hereby Anne Sibley O’Brien. This heartwarming story follows three immigrant children, navigating their way through a new language, a new culture, and new schools.
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and was developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
Give your child a head start in school with 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a new self-guided early literacy program. Record each time you read a book with your child, then visit the Library to receive a special prize for every 100 book milestone. Reach 1000 books and your child will be added to the Library’s Wall of Amazing Readers. Register and receive your folder at the Youth Services Desk. Read more…
Caudill Book Club (grades 6-8)
Attea Middle School: Tuesdays, October 2 & 16, November 20, December 4 & 18 Springman Middle School: Thursdays, October 11 & 25, November 8 & December 13
This fall, our ahhhmazing School Services Librarian is making bimonthly, lunchtime visits to the Library Resource Centers at Attea and Springman. Bring your lunch (Rachel will bring dessert!) and talk about the 2019 Caudill List. Attendees encouraged (but totally not required) to read the nominated titles. See your LRC Director for more details.
Battle of the Books (grades 4-5)
Registration: October 1–November 16 Drop-In Orientation: Monday, November 12, 7-8 PM OR Wednesday, November 14, 7-8 PM • Community Room
Meets: January 14–March 7
Teams of four read the books and test their knowledge against other teams at the Library. Participants and their grownup should attend one of the Drop-In Orientation sessions. Each team will participate in one meet. Learn more.
Books & Badges
Read at home and earn badges to sew on your backpack, jacket, library bag or cap. The Books & Badges program runs from Labor Day to Memorial Day and is open to children age 4-grade 8 with a Glenview Public Library card or who attend a Glenview school.