Library Corner: First Family Reading Night to be April 12
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The library is closed today in observance of Easter Sunday and will resume normal operating hours Monday.

The first Family Reading Night will be held April 12 at 7 p.m. in the Cleveland Bradley Community Room. Families come join us for a fun time of stories, crafts and special family reading time. The first 30 children will receive a free book.

If a child comes dressed in costume as a Disney Fairy, a “Toy Story” Character or a character from Disney’s “Cars” movie, he will receive two free books if one of the first 30. Pictures will be made of those dressed in costume. This should be a fun night for families.

Tweens will have an ArtZone activity on April 11 at 4:30 p.m. Discover arts through crafts, music and random acts of silliness in the Tween Room. This activity is for ages 7-12.

Teens, ages 13-17, will be meeting on April 12 at 4:30 p.m. for a craft project in the young adult area, TeenZone, located on the second floor.

The Children’s Library is selling Belk Charity tickets for $5 to help raise funds for the Summer Reading Program. Every ticket will get you $5 off your first purchase on April 21 from 6 to 10 a.m. All monies raised will stay in the Children’s library. Inquire at the Children’s Room desk.

There will be a Ebook Workshop for Android devices on April 13 from noon to 2 p.m. Please call the Reference Desk to register for this class located in the Computer classroom.

The Friends of the Library Association will host a Book and Coffee Series on April 20 at the Craigmiles-Johnston House History Branch library at 10 a.m. Due to a schedule conflict, last month’s review did not take place and will be presented this month.

Lynn Dunlap will review Martin Fletcher’s novel, “The List.” This award-winning news correspondent sets his first novel in postwar London. It is a unique perspective of the Holocaust as it tells about those who escaped to Britain just before the outbreak of the war or who survived the camps and are regrouping in London.

Fletcher’s knowledge of 1946 London and Palestine lends well to the telling of the story and his mastery of language is superb.

The May 18 Book and Coffee Series will feature Joel W. Huffstetler, rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland reviewing Pat Conroy’s “My Reading Life.”

The Book and Coffee Series is open to the public.

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