Author Archives: Crayola B.

Get A Job! Employment Workshop

Crayola B.    February 26, 2015

Need help building your first resume to land that awesome summer job? The Job Center of Lake County youth career specialists are hosting an event at the Warren-Newport Public Library on Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30pm. (That’s next week!) Bring your existing resume in progress on a USB flash drive or start from scratch during the workshop. Advance registration is… Read more »

Reading Challenge: A Book with Antonyms in the Title

Crayola B.    January 27, 2015

The 2015 Reading Challenge has been on for almost a month now, and some of the easiest categories are already checked off on many a reader’s list! One-word titles, female authors, easy peasy, especially if you’re sticking to YA books. But what about some of those tricky ones? Have you asked your mom (or motherly support figure) what books she… Read more »

Anime Updates

Crayola B.    January 23, 2015
Sailor Moon poster

The first Anime & Manga Club meeting of 2015 was this past Wednesday, and it was fantastic! Lots of teens stopped by to watch Puella Magi Madoka★Magica, eat delicious snacks, and enter to win manga and mystery boxes filled with candy. With the start of a new year comes new changes! Miss Joanne officially passed the reins over to me… Read more »

Crayola’s Reading Challenge Reviews

Crayola B.    January 20, 2015

I’ve finished 3 more books already for the 2015 Reading Challenge! All three of these books have female authors and are set in countries other than the US, but since I’m playing Hard Mode, I can only count one category per book. (You can count books for as many categories as you want–I think three is a good limit to… Read more »

Book Clubs for Teens

Crayola B.    January 13, 2015

The Kool Reads book club meets today, January 13, from 4:30 to 5:30 to discuss The Great Trouble by Deborah Hopkinson. If you didn’t have time to read The Great Trouble but still want to attend a book club meeting in January, Books on the Edge will meet next Tuesday, January 20, from 4 to 5pm to discuss Ship Breaker by… Read more »