Kids

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Welcome to Summer 2017!

Are you ready for summer vacation? Looking for some things to do? Maybe you want a summer reading program? How about crafts, science, stories, bubbles, mummies, animals, nursery rhymes, book clubs, or games? We've got it all this summer.

First, sign up for this year's summer reading program and track your reading online for a chance to win a prize! There are summer reading programs going on for kids, teens, and adults too! Parents, join in the fun and track your reading alongside your kids!

Phoenix Book Club - Oversize 2017

Oversize? What does that mean? This month we closed out the school year with books from this often overlooked collection in the Children's Room.

Phoenix Book Club - Civil Rights

At the group's request, this month we tackled the tough (and huge) topic of civil rights.

Civil Rights

Phoenix Book Club - Poetry 2017

Poetry

As is tradition by now, for April we read poetry for National Poetry Month. 

Phoenix Book Club - WWII (2017)

World War II 

This month we tackled the heavy topic of World War II, both in historical fiction and non-fiction. 

Phoenix Book Club - Award Winners 2017

Award Winners 

This month we revisited older award winners and took a look at some new ones! 

2017 Award Winning Children's Books

Congratulations to this year's winners! Each year in January the American Library Association names the winners of all of its youth media awards.

Award winners for younger readers:

                

Phoenix Book Club - Mythology 2017

Mythology 2017 

This month we dove into mythology from around the world for our book discussion! 

Phoenix Book Club: Graphic Novels 2016

Graphic Novels 2016 

December brings our annual graphic novel discussion back around! 

Kids Can Code!

If you missed this past weekend's Coding With Minecraft program or you came and wanted more, take a look at some of the resources we've got!

Our Saturday Science program for December was a fantastic chance to learn about computer programing and coding using Minecraft, a popular online construction game. Thi Sarkis from the Rhode Island Computer Museum brought in computers ready for kids to use to learn some coding basics with the game. We had to limit registration to the number of computers available, but that doesn't mean you can't still learn some basic coding in other ways!

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