Divorce is hard for the whole family and children often hold their feelings inside. Reading books about divorce with your children can help open up meaningful family discussions. It can be a healthy experience helping children deal with their emotions as they go though the divorce process.
Come by the Evesham Library and take a look at the new display in our lobby. It's Pez, Pez, and more Pez! One of our young library patrons has graciously displayed his collection of Pez dispensers. The display if fun, colorful, and chock full of our most beloved characters.
We have been helping a whole new group of children discover the magic of Harry Potter this summer. While these books continue to fly off the shelves, we have also been making "read-alike" suggestions for Harry Potter aficianados ...
Ever wonder what to do with those shells found at the beach? During the "Dig into Dinosaurs" program at the Evesham Branch Library we turned ordinary shells into amazing sculptures that looked like dinosaurs! Take a look at a few of the amazing results!
Evesham Library is now home to a Lynda.com computer kiosk! Lynda.com offers instant video computer training courses that are very easy to learn from.
Over 160 plus ebooks are available free during July via www.StarWalkKids.com/popup The StarWalk company is offering this open access period so people will sample and share with kids via summer reading.
It's nice to see various businesses in the community offering summer reading incentives for kids. Here are links to three popular offerings that allow you to doadload all the materials you will need.
Educational kits, games, books, workbooks, DVDs, die cuts and more are available all year for use in classrooms and home. A $2.00 annual fee will give you borrowing privileges. For more information about the LRC Network go to :
Summer Reading is in full swing at the Evesham Branch. It's not too late to join! Read anything you want, wherever you want, & get PRIZES. Every 4 hours of reading earns you a prize and take a look at these prizes! We have something for e