Posted by: deirdrea | January 8, 2010

Basil the Bookworm — PLUS, program news, and an exciting contest!

Basil the Bookworm, originally uploaded by ApplesInMyBra.

Hi, everybody! Isn’t this photo awesome? I hope you enjoy it!

Some of you may know that we love books AND animals at the Mount Kisco Library, and we think the combination can’t be beat! So, we’re going to be re-starting our very popular “Read to Rover” program next Tuesday, January 12th, at 5:30 PM. It’s open to all kids who can read — come by the library, drop us a line, or call us, and you can sign up to practice reading to a dog!

And, on Tuesday, January 19th, we’ll be hosting a Community Conversation for families, sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities! We’ll be reading and discussing an excerpt from Dr. Martin Luther King’s “American Dream” speech, and finding ways to make the dream come true in our community! This program is open to students from 8 to 12 years old and their parents. It will be happening in the early evening, from 6:30 to 7:30.

Finally, I have some great news for “Queen’s Thief” fans! We are almost ready to give away our ARC of “A Conspiracy of Kings!” In my next post, I’ll let you know what you should do get a chance to win it!

That’s it for tonight — Happy New Year, and enjoy the snow (if you are getting it).

Check back in a couple of days for the ARC contest!

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Responses

  1. Haha, this is creative one, I like the snap very much.
    🙂

  2. Thank you, Dinesh! It is a great pic, isn’t it?
    Stay well, and have a great New Year!

    ~D.


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