08 Jun Little Free Libraries, Tumblebooks, and Art Galleries
This year the Summer Reading Club has a new format – bingo card! In the Children’s Room, lots of people have been asking about three of the squares.
The first square says Leave something at a Little Free Library. The LFLs are a way of reaching into the community with more access to books. There are 12 of them scattered around the town, on main streets and along the pathway system. The idea is simple; take a book, leave a book. Here’s a picture of the one on US 4o by the Friends church.
The second bingo square we’ve been getting questions about says Read a Tumblebook. Tumblebooks are animated, talking picture ebooks for kids. To find them on our web page follow this pathway; plainfieldlibrary.net > Children/Teens > For Kids & Parents > Tumblebooks.
Finally, we have been asked about the square which says Visit an Art Gallery. Any art gallery is fine, but it doesn’t get handier than going upstairs at the library, where there is a gallery where the art changes every month. Don’t miss the June exhibit which is ‘Glass Artists in Action’ featuring hot, warm, and cold glass!