Celebrate Banned Books Week.Banned books will be presented along with "mug-shots" of their authors. Participants will select from different "crimes" (reasons why the books were banned/challenged), and try to match these with the mug-shots.Let's learn why selected books are so controversial! Recommended for ages 9-14.
Come see the exhibition, Celebrate the Freedom to Read, during Banned Books Week: Sept 22-28, 2013.The exhibition will display banned or challenged books from our collection, while highlighting specific "controversial" or "problematic" passages. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to the exhibit through commentary.
Have you ever played Pictionary for prizes? Now is your chance to do so at the Tenley-Friendship Library’s Middle School Pictionary Tournament.Join us and show off your drawing and teamwork skills.This program is recommended for grades 5 to 8.
Program schedule for the first Sunday, October 6, 2013 Grand opening:The Children's Room will celebrate Teddy Bear Day at 2 p.m. Finger plays, songs and stories about "Teddy Bears," followed by a Bear Hunt with free give-a-ways at the end of the Hunt.The Young Adult Area - Teens will compete in a MAC