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From 10-11am, the library is sponsoring an expedition for teens to capture their Riverside on digital film or video, which will then be exhibited at the Teen Showcase on August 18.
Expeditions this summer:
La Sierra - Tuesday, July 10
Casa Blanca - Tuesday, July 17
Marcy - Tuesday, July 24
Eastside - Tuesday, July 31
June 23 – August 25
There's a Summer Reading Program for kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens. Visit your local Riverside Public Library to sign up. And Buzz Bee turns 10 this summer. Happy Birthday, Buzz! And don't forget to check out all the fun (and free) summer programs for kids!
July 17 and August 21 at 3:30 pm
Casa Blanca Library
Join us at the Casa Blanca library, where reluctant readers can read to friendly dogs. Reading credits earned by reading to the B.A.R.K. dogs can be applied towards the Summer Reading Program incentives.
Now teens have their very own summer reading program, Teen Space in the Main Library, and special summer events, including the chance to explore and capture your Riverside on film.
Have some coffee with your Kafka
The Riverside Coffee Company is now offering coffee and tea beverages, cold drinks, baked goods and more at affordable prices. So what are you waiting for? Visit us in the Main Library Sendai Court, 2nd floor.
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Check out our new blog for book lovers, The Librarian's Own Grove (in honor of Patricia Beatty's book about Riverside, The Queen's Own Grove).
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By Jennifer Donnelly
Striking imagery and strong writing fuel this powerful look at a young woman’s coming of age in turn-of-the-century rural New York. Mattie’s family wants her to be a farm wife, while she wants to be a writer and attend college. A nearby murder at a wealthy hotel further complicates matters. Based on a true story, the murder made national headlines when a wealthy young man lured a poor young lady to the country, where she mysteriously drowns. The murder also inspired Theodore Dreiser’s An American Tragedy. (Young Adult)
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