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Happenings at St. Louis Public Library for the week of Sept. 23rd – Sept. 29th.
Monday, Sept. 23rd
Julia Davis: Poetry Slam, 3:30-4:30 pm. Read, write, and discuss poetry and rap. Practice your slam skills. Grades 6-12.
Tuesday, Sept. 24th
Divoll: Got Game?, 3-4:30 pm. Play Xbox 360 or Wii games. Grades 6-12.
Carondelet: Game Day: Apples to Apples, 4-5 pm. Grades 6-12.
Central: Authors @ Your Library presents: Patrick Ness in conversation with Dr. JenniferBuelher, 6-7:30 pm. Patrick Ness will discuss and sign his books. This is an on-stage, in-conversation event with Dr. Jennifer Buehler, Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at St. Louis University. Mr. Ness’ work includes the highly acclaimed book, A Monster Calls.
Wednesday, Sept. 25th
Julia Davis: Freedom to Read: Banned Books Challenge, 3-5 pm. Design your own book based on your favorite banned books. Grades 6-12.
Central: Polish and Pages: Who Am I Without Him: Short Stories about Girls and Boys in Their Lives by Sharon G. Flake, 3:30-4:30 pm. Bring some glam to the library. Paint your nails. Use young adult books as inspiration. Grades 6-12. First Floor Teen Lounge.
Buder: Duct Tape Throwdown, 3:30-4:30 pm. What can you make with duct tape? Grades 6-12.
Thursday, Sept. 26th
Central: Anime Club, 3:30-4:30 pm. Watch and discuss manga. Try different activities each month. First Floor Teen Lounge.
Baden: DIY: Constellation Jars, 4-5 pm. Bring starlight to any room. Grades 6-12.
Kingshighway: Be a Star, 4:30-5:30 pm. Play Guitar Hero. Grades 6-12.
Walnut Park: Got Game?, 5-6 pm. Xbox 360 & Wii games. Grades 6-12.
Friday, Sept. 27th
Central: Got Game?, 3-5 pm. Xbox & Wii games. Grades 6-12. First Floor Teen Lounge.
Hope to see you at one of these exciting programs. Check-out the book trailer below for Patrick Ness’ A Monster Calls.