Starting April 6th, (almost) every Thursday we will be meeting to watch new episodes of the best anime out there. So come to the meeting room downstairs at 3:30 p.m. and show your otaku pride! Registration is not required.
If the teen area were to get a gaming system that you could drop in and play anytime we are open, which one should it be? Take the poll and let me know! This poll will only be open for a week, so vote early and vote often! And get your friends to vote too!
Do you like to watch anime? Never seen it and want to know what the obsession is? We are going to be starting an anime club where you can come in and watch new series and old favorites alike. That being said, we know you are busy, so take the poll below and let us know what day and time works best for you.
Remember, you've got to be in it to win it! So for every book, audiobook, magazine, graphic novel, or comic you read, fill out an entry form here or in the Library and be entered into the weekly drawing for gift cards! And on August 22 is the Grand Prize Drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card, a $75 Amazon gift card, and a $50 Amazon gift card.
Just read an amazing story about Hunter Gandee, a 16 year-old boy who is walking 111 miles from his home in Temperence, Michigan, to the Capitol building in Lansing, while carrying his 70-pound brother on his back! Why is he doing that? To raise awareness about cerebral palsy. Hunter's brother, Braden, has cerebral palsy and can't walk without assistance. The brothers call their walk the "Cerebral Palsy Swagger," and they're challenging others to take steps toward inclusion.
Hunter and Braden's journey is incredible, but not something that everyone can do. What can YOU do to take steps toward inclusion, or raise awareness? Can you invite someone who's alone to have lunch with you and your friends? Can you hold the door open for someone using a walker? Can you stand up for a classmate who's being bullied because they're different?
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