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Coloring can be fun and educational! Just ask author and businesswoman Kimberly Bailey, the creator of the Color & Read Coloring Book Series, which highlights “leading ladies” and “mighty men” of the Civil Rights Movement. Bailey will use this creative teaching tool during Color & Read Storytimes at three Memphis Public Library locations during the
Things are getting pretty scary at Memphis Public Libraries for Halloween 2016! Kids and families are encouraged to come in costume to a list of free and fun events at several Library locations citywide, like BOOOO-ks with Friends from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 31 at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library (3030
On Wednesday, Oct. 12 and Saturday, Oct. 15 at 1 p.m., television anchor Katina Rankins will be present at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library (3030 Poplar Ave.) to read Up North, Down South: City Folk Meet Country Folk, her new children’s book that addresses common misconceptions about the South. This books shows young people
Teens at Frayser and Raleigh libraries now have access to free Music Production Workshops, thanks to a partnership between Memphis Public Libraries, the Memphis Library Foundation, and the Memphis Music Initiative. An extension of teen lab CLOUD901, which provides equipment used during sessions, Music Production Workshops offer teens ages 13 – 18 free access to
October 9 – 15 is Teen Read Week 2016, and Memphis Public Libraries are encouraging teens to “Read for the Fun of It” – the theme for this year’s celebration! A national initiative created nearly two decades ago by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), Teen Read Week is intended to inspire youth to