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Bookmarks: Olive Kitteridge and Olive, Again

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Jessica Hoffmaster will review Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout’s books, Olive Kitteridge and Olive, Again, which explore the town of Crosby and feisty heroine Olive Kitteridge, finding meaning in the tiniest and most mundane details of everyday life.

Graphic Novel Club: The Picture of Dorian Gray

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Join our Graphic Novel Club, suggested for 13-18 year-olds. The Picture of Dorian Gray is the Gothic morality tale about a man who, taken by his own beauty, pledges his soul in a desperate bid for eternal youth. However, when his wish is granted, things go terribly wrong. A painting of Dorian begins to age…

Summer Reading Program: Week 1

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. Signing up is easy! Click here to download a reading log and keep track of…

Summer Reading Program Week 2

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. Signing up is easy! Click here to download a reading log and keep track…

Summer Reading Program Week 3

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. Signing up is easy! Click here to download a reading log and keep track…

Summer Reading Program Week 4

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. Signing up is easy! Click here to download a reading log and keep track…

Summer Reading Program Week 5

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. Signing up is easy! Click here to download a reading log and keep track…

Summer Reading Program Week 6

Michigan City Public Library 100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. Signing up is easy! Click here to download a reading log and keep track of…

Virtual Discussion: So You Want to Talk About Race

Join us for a virtual Zoom discussion on race moderated by Deborah Beien. We will be discussing So You Want to Talk About Race, the New York Times bestseller by Ijeoma Oluo, which offers a hard-hitting but user-friendly examination of race in America. Twelve copies of the book are available for check-out at the Circulation…

Virtual Discussion: So You Want to Talk About Race

Join us for a virtual Zoom discussion on race moderated by Deborah Beien. We will be discussing So You Want to Talk About Race, the New York Times bestseller by Ijeoma Oluo, which offers a hard-hitting but user-friendly examination of race in America. Twelve copies of the book are available for check-out at the Circulation Desk of…

Summer Reading Program: Last Day to Record Reading Hours

Imagine Your Story during the 2020 Summer Reading Program! Everyone who reads at least 10 hours receives their choice of a book and an entry into a raffle for fantastic prizes. Every additional 10 hours of reading earns another raffle entry. The last day to record your hours and enter the raffle for fantastic prizes is…

7 Weeks 7 Continents: Asia

Kids and teens, join us for a virtual world tour of the seven continents! Each week we will explore a continent in depth. Week 1 focuses on Asia. Learn about different countries, languages, and recipes from the area of the globe you "travel" to. A book suggestion list will be available each week, highlighting juvenile…

Virtual Storytime

Virtual storytimes with take-home crafts will begin Wednesday, September 16! A new storytime video will be posted to our website every Wednesday at 10:00 AM. Each video will be available to watch on our website for two weeks at the following link: https://www.mclib.org/parents/story-time/ New take-home crafts will be available every Wednesday to accompany the virtual…

CMYK@MCPL Graphic Novel Club

Check out our CMYK Graphic Novel Club podcast! In our first episode, we discuss the book March: Volume 1 by John Lewis. The episode is available at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1354294/5458321 Next month, CMYK@MCPL will be discussing They Called Us Enemy by George Takei. Stop by Youth Services to pick up your free copy of the book! Supplies…

Virtual Storytime

Join us for virtual storytime with take-home crafts! A new storytime video will be posted to our website every Wednesday at 10:00 AM. Each video will be available to watch on our website for two weeks at the following link: https://www.mclib.org/parents/story-time/ New take-home crafts will be available every Wednesday to accompany the virtual storytimes. Visit…

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