As most of you know I'm leaving for Europe, and I will miss several YAK!s, so while I am off gathering stories and pictures to share with you all, I'd like you to think about the side anime club I'm trying to put together. I'd like feedback from any interested teens so that I can get rolling on it when I get back.
If we started an anime club, what time and day would be best?
Should it be 2 or 4 hours?
Should we have a teen "senate" to help run it?
Any and all suggestions are welcome!
Take care everyone, and I'll miss you all! I'll try to write but i might beat my letters home :)
Now that school has started and books are top priority, the library can help lighten your load. We offer many ways to assist with your homework, including our Primary Sources Research Center. Come in and explore the Library of Congress website. The website has fun and interesting primary sources to help you with your research projects, including letters, photographs, maps and videos. I can help
navigate the website and show you the Primary Source Sets,
available to check out on different historical subjects.
These notebooks make history come alive!
I will be available on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons,
so that we can experience history together.
Today @ YAK we are continuing to read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I know that some of you are going to miss YAK today, so i thought I'd give you the option to post your thoughts here. We will be reading to chapter 34 for next week so don't get behind!
What do you think of the way Mr. Darcy treats the women in this book?
Have you noticed that the Bennets seem to have spent some time in Japan with Kung Fu masters?
What do you think about the way everyone treats the Zombie apocalypse, a little unconcerned don't you think?
What would you do if you encountered Zombie hoards?
Ladies, would you marry a ridiculous man to keep your family in their home? Do you support Lizzy's decision?
What of Mr. Collins and Mrs. Lucas?
I look forward to hearing what you think!
Laura & Bailey
Laura Prestia and Bailey Murray are the Young Adult Specialists here at the Albany County Public Library.
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