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The Library Corner for 9/20/07

Branch: 
Bronson

By Lynnell Eash, Bronson Branch Manager

Last week during Friday Tales we read the book "Big Chickens" by Leslie Helakoski. This is the book chosen for the 2007 Michigan Reads program. Everyone who listened to this tale of four verybig chickens 004 (Small) chicken chickens received a sticker stating they were a Big Chicken Reader. The next Friday Tales will be held Friday September 21st from 11:00-11:30 for ages 3-5.

A small group gathered to enjoy Family Film Night's "How to Eat Fried Worms" If you haven't seen this movie yet or read the book be sure to check them out at the library.

The Teen Club will hold its first meeting on Friday September 21st at 4:00. This is a new program for ages 12-18. Some activities we will be doing during club meetings will be book discussions, crafts, movies, pizza parties and much more.

Be sure and stop in soon to view the wonderful selection of dolls on our showcase. These beautiful “Naber Kids” are the creation of noted doll maker Harold Naber. Each doll was hand carved and molds were made from the original to produce the dolls. The dolls in our showcase are from the personal collection of Friends of the Library member, Gayle Clover.

We wish to thamk all those who visited the Friends Books and More sales these past several weeks at the Farm Market inDon Brown downtown Bronson. All proceeds and donations will go to the Library Handicapped Access project.

They Said It!
"There's nothing on it worthwhile, and we're not going to watch it in this household, and I don't want it in your intellectual diet."
Philo T. Farnsworth's advice to his children about his invention, television.