“Build A Better World” at the Library!
This year, the Library’s Summer Reading Programs are all about the many ways you can have fun while you “Build A Better World.” Each week, on Tuesdays, from 10:30 to 11:30, summer readers aged 4 through Grade 12 will have the opportunity to learn something new about the world we live in and even what’s beyond it! Parents may register their children now.
Build a Better World Events | 10:30 am to 11:30 am
June 13th Make the world more beautiful! With members of the Catasauqua Garden Club, plant a flower to take home.
June 20th Be a space explorer. Learn about the moon with Professor Gary Becker.
June 27th Think about the environment like Dr. Seuss did. We will make oobleck/slime!
July 11th Lend a helping hand! Paint a birdhouse for your feathered friends.
July 18th Be nature’s friend. Learn about local wildlife with the Wildlands Conservancy.
July 25th Be a good neighbor! The Y’s Summer Kids will join us for pirate songs and stories with Storyteller Karen Maurer.
August 1st Enjoy a hands-on musical “petting zoo” with the Allentown Symphony. All the world loves music!
August 8th Build a better you! Get healthy and fit with easy, fun exercises with Y Fitness Director Jessica Campbell.
August 15th At 11:00am, we’ll meet at the George Taylor House for a “Bring Your Own” family picnic joined by Officer Wiseman and Canine Officer Zora. Then it’s ice cream for everyone!
“No Middle Name,” Lee Child
“Dragon Teeth,” Michael Crichton
“Dangerous Minds,” Janet Evanovich
“Camino Island,” John Grisham
“Gwendy’s Button Box,” Stephen King and Richard Chizmar
“The Silent Corner,” Dean Koontz
“Murder Games,” James Patterson and Howard Roughan
“Come Sundown,” Nora Roberts
“Indecent Exposure,” Stuart Woods
“Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Civil War,” David Fisher
“The Day the World Went Nuclear: Dropping the Atom Bomb and the End of World War II in the Pacific,” Bill O’Reilly
“Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,” Neil deGrasse Tyson
“Girling Up: How to be Strong, Smart and Spectacular,” Mayim Bialik
“Everything, Everything,” Nicola Yoon
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” Books 1-11, Jeff Kinney
“I Wish You More,” Amy Krause Rosenthal