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Tuesday, October 1st | 4:00-5:00 pm | Brookes Reading Room

Participate in a book discussion with fun activities! The Kids Book Club is for kids reading beginning chapter books. A limited number of copies of each month’s book are provided by the Friends of the Library and are available at the Youth Reference Desk. For more info, contact Youth Services, 541-766-6794.

New dates and titles beginning in October 2019. Stay tuned!

Fall 2019 Schedule:

October 1, 2019, 4:00-5:00 pm: Warren and Dragon: 100 Friends by Ariel Bernstein

Warren is a seven-year-old boy. Dragon is a seven-hundred-year-old dragon. Not that most people believe that. Most people are sure that Dragon is a stuffed animal. People such as Warren’s twin sister, Ellie, who challenges Warren to a contest at their new school: making 100 new friends. Warren isn’t so good at making friends, but he doesn’t like losing to Ellie, and Dragon will help him. But the first day of school doesn’t exactly turn out the way he’d hoped, and even worse, Dragon disappears By the time Warren gets home, he’s not only not made any friends, he’s lost his best friend. First day of school jitters are entertainingly explored in this laugh-out-loud chapter book.

November 5, 2019, 4:00-5:00 pm: Owl Diaries: Trip to the Pumpkin Farm by Rebecca Elliott

Eva Wingdale and her class are excited about their trip to Poppy’s Pumpkin Farm, where every year, there is one very large, extra special, thank-you pumpkin; but on the second day of the visit the owls find that the Thank-you Pumpkin has gone missing, and the farm animals are in an uproar — so Eva and the other owls turn detective to solve the mystery of the missing pumpkin.

December 3, 2019: 4:00-5:00 pm: Unicorn and Yeti: Sparkly New Friends by Heather Ayris Burnell

Unicorn and Yeti run into each other (literally) while looking for sparkly things, and despite some differences, (for instance Unicorn is magic, Yeti is not, Yeti likes snowball fights, Unicorn can not throw snowballs)–the two become friends over a shared love of hot chocolate with rainbow sprinkles.

For more information, contact Youth Services: 541-766-6794.