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Clocks & Cookies

Check out what we made during our Teen Read Week “Clocks & Cookies” program!

Program description: “Seek the Unknown” Sci-fi edition! Celebrate with themed snacks and activities. Discuss new books, nibble on sci-fi cookies, and make your own clock! Oct. 17, 2013

clockscookies collage

“Dreamhunter” by Stacia S.

“Nefelibata” by Ella M.

“Tangled Threads” by Faith C.

“Tardis” by Alethea A.

“Jack” by Thuy L.

"The Night Circus" by Jane G. (librarian)

“The Night Circus” by Jane G. (staff)

Materials used: discarded/damaged books, acrylics, stickers, modge podge, metallic Sharpies, clock kits

Tools: paint brushes, water, Martha Stewart Screw Punch, scissors

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About Jane Gov

Jane is a Youth Services Librarian at Pasadena Central Library. She purchases YA books for the library system and maintains the online teen readers advisory list and weblinks. She oversees the teen contests, Summer Reading, Teen Advisory Board, Zine, book reviewers, and Central Library's teen volunteers and YA programs. She also conducts a few kids events and storytimes. Jane loves YA lit and she's a big Harry Potter and Doctor Who geek. A majority of her free time is spent with her corgi Lord Tyrion of Pasadena.