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August 13, 2020
 

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Famous Characters and Authors

The Ada Public Library was recently the recipient of art work donated by Ohio Northern University student, Abby Brown.

Brown, (Majoring in Advertising Design, Minoring in Marketing) created a literary alphabet--which now hangs in the Ada Public Library's Reading Room--in Professor Melissa Eddings Mancuso's Art 3301 Screenprinting.

Tween book discussion group reading "Doll Bones"

“Doll Bones,” winner of a 2014 Newbery Honor Medal, is the next book on the Tween book group, according to Amanda Bennet of the library.

The group, for 4th through 6th graders will discuss the book at 4 p.m., Friday, Oct. 3, at the library.

The book’s author is co-created of the Spiderwick Chronicles.

Future books on the Tween discussion list include “Where the Red Fern Grows,” by Wilson Rawls, in November, and “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens, in December.

Reading with Rover

Practice your reading skills with the friendliest dog in Ada, Ohio - Snickerdoodle! He loves to sit with his trainer, (Susan Putt) and listen to children read! Reading with Rover is an exciting program returning to the Ada Public Library this Friday, September 12 and Friday, September 26 beginning at 3:45pm. Any child in Kindergarten-6th grade is able to participate. Sign-up is a must, so schedule a 20 minute time slot with one of our librarians at the circulation desk. Either stop in or call the library: 419-634-5246.

Amish Book Group

Join us as we kick off our newest book group; the Amish Book Group will read stories about and by authors who specialize in writing about the Amish and Quaker ways of life.

First up: Woman of Courage, Wanda Brunstetter

Tuesday, September 16th, 1p.m.

 

Summer Reading Wrap-up Thank You

SUMMER READING 2014 is OVER:

We'd again like to thank everyone for participating in Summer Reading 2014; the numbers are in, and in case you were wondering:

  • 446 people signed up for Summer Reading:
  • 57-Babies-age 5 (non-Kindergarten)
  • 152-Kindergarten-5th grades
  • 76-6th-12th grades
  • 161-Adults

231 people (of all ages) finished, which is roughly 51% of participants

We held 73 programs over 6 weeks, with1,787 attending programs!

And as always: IT TAKES A VILLAGE!; again we thank all of our donors, as well as local organizations for your assistance in making this an amazing summer!

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