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Library events and reading lists for kids.

Join Us for An Afternoon with Russell Ginns

Meet Russell Ginns, bestselling author of the Samantha Spinner series

Meet Russell Ginns, bestselling author of the Samantha Spinner series and other children books.

Online registration is required.

Take a peak at other titles and products by Russell Ginns.

On Demand Videos and Challenges

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National Hispanic Heritage Month starts on September 15. Bring attention to the yearly celebration by highlighting the history and culture of Mexico, Spain, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

Library Challenges for School-Aged Children

On Demand Program Videos

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Copious Crafts:  This week Ms. Sharon, will help you create your own tie dye art.


Purr-fect reads

Live Digital School-Age Events

October 19: Esports League: A league for young gamers to get together via Zoom and play games like DOTA 2, Fortnite, OverWatch and League of Legends.

October 22: Percy Jackson Book Club:  For this meeting we'll be discussing the original series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians

October 22: Music and Movement with Kofi Dennis: Come dance, sing and play musical instruments with Wolf Trap children performer Kofi Dennis. All Ages. No registration necessary.

October 26:  Harry Potter Trivia and House Bookmarks:  Challenge yourself in a grueling round of Harry Potter trivia and stick around to make House bookmarks!

October 28: Audio Aloud: A round table reading program for parents and children via Zoom. We will read aloud books together, starting with a series of short stories.

 

November 2: Makerspace Mondays: Join us to explore a STEM book from the library! During this session, we will learn how to make khipu.  

November 4: Audio Aloud: A round table reading program for parents and children via Zoom. We will read aloud books together, starting with a series of short stories.

November 7:  Graphic Novel Club Bring one of your favorite graphic novels and share what you liked about the story, the art, and the author. Ages 10-14

November 13: Solar System Trivia: What is in the solar system? How many planets are in the solar system? If you know the answers to these questions, or want to learn the answers, join us for fun game of trivia. Age 6-12.

November 16: Makerspace Mondays: Join us to explore a STEM book from the library! During this session, we will learn about hieroglyphs.  

November 16:  STEAM 2 Go:  Native Heritage Month- Sticks and Stones Game:  Sign up and celebrate Native Heritage month with us! Pick up a craft you can assemble at home. Enjoy playing native heritage math games. Supplies included. Craft pick-up will be available November 16 through November 21 at the Information Desk. Ages 6-12

November 16: Esports League: A league for young gamers to get together via Zoom and play games like DOTA 2, Fortnite, OverWatch and League of Legends.

November 17:  Oakton Parent and Child Online Book Club: Parents and children, entering grades 4-6, come together online to discuss "A Night Divided" by Jennifer Nielsen.

November 18: Graphic Novel Book Club: What is your favorite graphic novel series?  Lunch Lady? CatStronauts? Amulet? Geronimo Stilton.? Dog Man? Give your recommendation, learn about new series you might like.

November 24: Trivia Quiz for Kids: This online trivia program is for fun. See how many questions you can answer. There will be a variety of topics covered.

 

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