Children's Program Schedule Winter/Spring 2013
BookWorm Newsletter Fall Edition
|NEW! Family-Style Story Times. Join Ms. Pat & Ms. Mary for a weekly story time for kids of all ages. Stories, songs, puppets & crazy fun for all! Followed by a craft & snack!
|'MAKING MUSIC' with The Belletones. Sing-a-long with Kids' Classics.
|Marlene Rivero, Storyteller
HARRIET TUBMAN. Dramatization & Artifacts. For all ages.
KIDS. Kids Ages 8 to 17. Learn to Crochet from
Needle Art Mentors! Limited Spaces. Sign-Up Early. Crochet Supplies Provided Free. Sponsored by the Needle Arts Mentoring Program. Mentored by the Monday Night CPL Knit-Niks.
|Spring Break Boredom Buster
MYSTERY MOVIE. Free Popcorn!
FOR KIDS (4th—8th Grade). LET‘S WRITE!
Saluki Writers Project
(led by SIU English Grad Students).
|PARTNERS IN READING. A free program for kids grades 1-5. Kids will explore books and reading activities one-to-one with their reading partners (SIUC
students and members of the Library Volunteer Corps). Partners will select reading materials based on individual interests.
|Project Next Generation (PNG) (5th-8th grade)
Hey, Kids! Summer Youth Volunteers!
The library needs volunteers, ages 12 — 17, to help with registration & special events for the Kid’s Summer Reading Program. Applications available May 1 & due June 6. Volunteers may choose shifts, any day of the week from June 11– July 20.
Hey kids! Fishing rods are available for check-out at the library. For more information, read the Fishing Rod Check-Out Guidelines.
Check out our collection of EVENT PHOTOS!
GREAT MAGAZINES FOR KIDS!
CHECK ’EM OUT!
Juvenile Collection Includes:
KIDS’ DISCOVER ~ YOUR BIG BACKYARD ~ SCHOLASTIC PARENTS
ANIMAL BABIES ~ ODYSSEY ~ AMERICAN GIRL ~ SPORTS ILLUSTRATED FOR KIDS
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FOR KIDS
Free Family Passes to the
Science Center of Southern Illinois
(located in the University Mall)
Show your CPL library card at the
Library Circ desk for a pass to admit a family of 7.
AR BookFinder Website
AR BookFinder allows users to search for books in the Accelerated Reader (AR) program used by local schools. Books may be searched by title, author, reading level, interest level and point value.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO PARENTS!
*Attendance at children’s library programs & activities constitutes consent to be photographed for use in library publicity & publications.
*Library policy states that parents should remain in the building when their children (younger than ten years of age) are participating in library programs.