The Teen Collection Connection volunteers created some awesome collages about what the library, the community, and being a teen means to them. Check out their artwork below or stop by the Teen Zone to see it.
What is the TCC? TCC is a volunteer group of teens that love to read and discuss books, movies, and music. Every month they get together to pick books for our teen collection and write short book reviews. Want to join? Then apply today!
Contributed by Dominique, Youth Services Librarian
The CLEL Bell Picture Book Awards by Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy recognize five high-quality picture books that provide excellent support of early literacy development in young children.
The five winning books consist of one title in each of five categories representing an early literacy practice: Read, Write, Sing, Talk, and Play. Continue reading Award-Winning Books for Early Literacy in Colorado
“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”
– Desmond Tutu
Some children have scary times and emergencies in their lives, and it must seem very dark to them during those times. You can help ease some of that fear by being part of our Comfort Quilts ongoing project.
Continue reading Comfort Quilts Community Project
This short comic comes from Parker H., a local 5th grader. If you would like to be our next published writer on the Lafayette Public Library blog, then read all about our National Novel Writing Month Contest for grades K-12. Read on to check out Parker’s comic…
Continue reading NaNoWriMo Contest Entry: Parker H.