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April 2021

Teen Take and Make Crafts

April 5 - April 16

AlamanceCounty Public Libraries - All Locations. Teen Take and Make Craft Kits! For 6th– 12th graders. Looking for a fun project to do at home? Check out our newmonthly Take and Make Craft Kits for teens and tweens! Kits are limited, socontact your library for pickup dates and times.

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Elementary Take and Makes: April 12: National Poetry Month

April 12 - April 16

Alamance County Public Libraries - All Locations. Take and MakePackets! Ages 5-12. Looking for some fun activities? Check out our Take andMake Packets, full of great activities, book lists, and exciting things tolearn! This week's theme is “ National Poetry Month!” Contact your library for pickupdates and times.

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Lego Buddies

April 15 @ 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Alamance County Public Libraries - Zoom.  LEGO® Buddies. 3:30 pm. For K – 5th graders. Love LEGO®? Love stories? Become a LEGO® Buddy by joining this interactive book& building club for elementary schoolers! Ms. Samantha will share a surprise story and a building challenge on Zoom, then participants will have time to build on their creations off-screen. In a second Zoom meeting, participants can share their creations with the group! To register for the program or for more information, email… Lego Buddies

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30 Days of Science Fun Friday: Trees Please!

April 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

AlamanceCounty Public Libraries – Zoom. 30 Days of Science Fun Friday: Trees Please. 4:00-5:00 p.m. For information or to register, call 336-226-7185 or [email protected]

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Homeschool Basics

April 17 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am EDT

What is homeschooling all about? Join JessicaEmbry from Homeschool Coaching Services over Zoom to get the facts aboutchoosing a curriculum, state requirements, socialization, and more.Registration is required for this event. Register online at this link: https://www.jessicaembryeducation.com/bookappointment.

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Book Reviews

The Potlikker Papers

Distinguished food writer John Edge talks about the Civil Rights movement and the New South eating scene via the lens of its foodways and culinary traditions.

The Thirty Names of Night

The Thirty Names of Night is Zeyn Joukhandar’s follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut novel, The Map of Salt and Stars.

The Name of the Wind
“The Name of the Wind” has been the most entertaining fantasy novel that I’ve read so far this year! …

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