Announcements

  • On Thursday, November 8 at Central Library, we got to meet Natalie Dias Lorenzi, author of A Long Pitch Home, this year’s Young Readers League selection! Participants got their books signed, joined in activities and crafts, and celebrated the art and writing contest winners. To learn more about Young Readers League, click HERE. Here are

  • Young Readers League 2018 Writing Contest 1st place Category 1 (ages 8-11)   Breck Sequeira Age 11 (Grade 6), Blair Middle School “First Goal”   David Manuel follows his dream of becoming a professional soccer player.   Tic-tac-tic-tac-tic-tac​. Bouncing back and forth between his feet, keeping it up in the air as if it is

  • Young Readers League 2018 Writing Contest 2nd place Category 1 (ages 8-11)   Maya Bailey Age 11 (Grade 6), Eliot Arts Magnet “The Mattesons”   A natural disaster forces the Matteson family to take a new journey.   It was 9:00 a.m. when the lights started to flicker in the Mattesons’ house. Eleven year old

  • Young Readers League 2018 Writing Contest 3rd place Category 1 (ages 8-11)   Becca Andelin Age 11 (Grade 6), Eliot Arts Magnet “Facing the World”   Marco finds inspiration to face the world.   Marco sat in his den, next to a blazing fire. It was snowing outside, frosting the windows and rattling the shutters.

  • Young Readers League 2018 Writing Contest Honorable Mention Category 1 (ages 8-11)   Emily Downs Age 8 (Grade 3), San Rafael Elementary School “Pencil”   Once upon a classroom, there was a pencil named Dixon. Now Dixon was stuck in a classroom he didn’t like. Dixon had one friend: Papermate. Papermate was a plastic pencil