Science Quest

    65 children and 44 adults were entertained by Jon Bartell of Science Quest at the final children's event of the summer reading program.  Mr. Jon amazed the audience with all kinds of fun science facts and experiments utilizing everyday household items.  He brought along several of his rescued animals, such as a ferret, hedgehog, parrotlet, tortoise, chichilla and several reptiles.  Children were able to pet the animals and ask questions.

Mr. Jon emphasized that science is all around us and can be fun if we use our imaginations.  He has all sorts of fact sheets, coloring pages and simple experiments on his website www.science-quest.com

West University Book Club-Selection for September 7

One Amazing ThingTitle to be discussed: One Amazing Thing, by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni.  Wednesday September 7, at 11 a.m.  Summary: When an earthquake hits, nine men and women of diverse ages and backgrounds are trapped in an Indian consulate. Cameron, an African American Vietnam vet, takes charge, striving to keep them safe.

Pig out on books

  Daisy the Pig and Farmer Minor entertained 66 children and 42 adults at a program Wednesday.  Everyone helped read a story to Daisy and learned all about her busy life visiting libraries.  Children lined up to have their photos taken hugging Daisy and some even gave her a kiss !

Farmer Minor and Daisy the Pig

     Daisy the Pig will entertain children at the Library Wednesday July 27  at 3 PM.  Daisy is a pot-bellied pig who travels all over the United States sharing her love of reading.

Pizza Party

Tuesday July 26 there will be a pizza party upstairs at 3 PM.  Children - ages 5 to12 years - will have an opportunity to play with pizza dough and learn about pizza making from representatives of Domino's Pizza.  There will be refreshments afterward.