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The Great Reads For Girls Mother/Daughter book group met earlier this month to discuss “The Little House on the Prairie” We enjoyed yummy food, had a great discussion, and made adorable rag dolls.
Our next girls book group event will be in February. Click here for more details.
Books4Boys, our Parent-son book group met on October 27th to discuss “The White Indian Boy” by Elijah Nicholas Wilson. We gathered around the fire as our Chief, Brian Adair, lead a great tribal council (book discussion). Each boy created a traditional Native American Dream Catcher and enjoyed some tasty treats. We promise more fun to come – watch for our upcoming event next March.
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Saturday, November 5th only!
8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Filled totes $15, hardbacks and VHS $1, paperbacks .50
DON’T MISS OUT! See you there!
Girls Reading Group will meet November 10th at 7:00 P.M. to Discuss “The Little House on the Prairie” by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Registration is now open and books are available.
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The Friends of the Library will have its annual book sale on Saturday November 5th, from 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM. ONE DAY ONLY. The book sale will be in the American Falls District Library’s community room.
Paperbacks – $0.50 each
Hardbacks & Videos – $1.00 each
Tote bag – Fill for $15.00
The American Falls Library is hosting a Deathly Hallows Teen Night on Saturday, October 29th from 5:00-7:00 P.M. Youth ages 10-18 are invited to come dressed as their favorite Harry Potter character (not require, but encouraged) and enjoy door prizes, food, fun games, and a craft. Activities will include fortune telling, table quidditch, make and take “Spell Books” and an “Azkaban Wanted Poster” photo booth. Please bring a new pair of socks to “Free House Elves” (for charity).
Look What’s Happening at the Library!
Great Reads for Girls, our mother-daughter book group met last Thursday, September 29th, to discuss “The 100 Dresses.” We enjoyed delicious food, a great discussion, and special guest speaker, Power County Junior Miss, Vanessa Permann. Each girl learned how to fold an origami dress, and then used it to create a handmade Thank You card which they were challenged to give to someone they appreciate.
We promise more fun to come – our next book club event will be a Books4Boys discussion of The White Indian Boy on October 27th. for more information, click here