Plant a Seed, Read! the 2014 Summer Reading Program begins June 2!

Fri, May 9, 2014

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Get ready for a summer of reading, riddles and fun!

Plant-a-Seed_READReading Program starts June 2nd, ends Aug 17

Read anytime this summer and earn patches! Come to any PVLD library and we will give you a reading log, resuable bag, and a Legoland coupon too. Read any books you like and use the log to keep track of how many minutes you read. Bring your log back at any point in your progress and collect one patch for every 2 1/2 hours you read.

First day to collect patches:  June 9th

Last day to pick up patches:  August 17th

 

Weekly activities start June 10, end Aug 8

Tuesdays at 3PM – Peninsula Center Library

Wednesdays at 3PM – Miraleste Library

Thursdays at 3PM – Malaga Cove Library

For details on all our events and stoprytimes, click below

http://host5.evanced.info/pvld/evanced/eventcalendar.asp?ag=&et=Storytime%2C+Summer+Reading&df=calendar&cn=0&private=0&ln=ALL

Riddle of the Week starts June 16, ends Aug 17

Solve the riddle and win a small prize! Use the “Garden Code” or just make up your own silly answer.

Call the library at 310-377-9584 ext 600 for more details!

 

 

P is for Palos Verdes Bookmark contest winners!

Wed, Mar 26, 2014

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Many thanks for all the 270 kids who entered a bookmark design in the 2014 Bookmark Contest. Each child did a great job interpreting the theme of “P is for Palos Verdes” and it was tough to choose winners! Click on the links to see the winning entries!

Sophia, Vivian, Giovanna
Rose, Chloe and Asa
Erica, Shingo and James
Chiyo, Jonathan and Danny
Jonas, Jinhee and Olivia

Bringing History to Life!

Tue, Jan 21, 2014

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Bringing History to Life!History Comes Alive at the  5th Annual Living History Museum!
Kids and adults alike will love learning about history as we celebrate Black History Month at this amazing event. At the Museum, children in grades K – 8 portray American American Heroes and tell about their ideas, courage and talent and creativity that helped shape America.
As you browse through the Museum, you may meet “Rosa Parks” and find out how she felt taking such a significant part in the Civil Rights movement. Or “Langston Hughes” might tell you of his early life and how he survived an earthquake in Mexico!
This year’s Living History Museum will take place at the Peninsula Center Library in the Community Room from 6 – 7:30pm.
Light refreshments will be served.

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