As part of the Merrick Library’s Summer Reading kick off, I had the absolute pleasure of hosting author Susan Henderson on Friday, June 8th.
We discussed her wonderful second novel, The Flicker of Old Dreams.
I had laryngitis, which is probably a master class in what NOT to do while podcasting, but I was way too excited to meet Susan and discuss the book. Susan was a gem to keep the conversation going and I am forever grateful!
Teen Summer Reading sign ups start Sunday, June 10th Libraries Rock!
LIT AFTER HOURS: ESCAPE FROM AZKABAN JULY 27• 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
You and your friends are tricked by dark wizards to take their place in Azkaban! The only way to escape is the
proper use of magic, potions, and spells! If you are unable to escape, you will spend an eternity in Azkaban! Open to all muggles and wizards entering 7th- 12th grade. Registration begins June 27.
ESCAPE ROOM: FIND THE SORCERER’S STONE JULY 30 • 5:30 PM- 8:30 PM
Do you have what it takes to get through the Hogwarts professors’ obstacles and save the stone before Voldemort finds it and becomes immortal? Each group must work as a team to find the hidden clues and solve the puzzles and riddles to complete the challenge. This is a multi-generational program. Recommended for ages 9 and up. Groups are limited to 10 people per team. Space is limited. Call for registration. Registration begins June 30th.
Carol Ann speaks to Children’s Librarian Meira about the fabulously fun festivities for June which includes Summer Reading sign-up info! All this and a couple of laughs await you in this informative interview.
I had the absolute pleasure of hosting author Parnaz Foroutan a few weeks ago for this episode. We spoke about the book, motherhood, careers and what’s next for this terrific author. We spoke from two different coasts, so take a listen. I was thrilled to host Parnaz…please read this book.
One of my favorite go-to books when doing Reader’s Advisory is this gem of a story that you may have missed!
Published in 2015, The Girl From The Garden, is the epic tale of Asher, the head of a prosperous Persian-Jewish family. When his first marriage does not produce a male son, he makes a fateful decision that shatters his household and drives his wife Rakhel to desperate measures to preserve her status.
Carol Ann talks about celebrating National Library Week and the fabulous event hosted by Long Island Reads: One Island One Book. This ticket is almost as hard to get as Hamilton! If you were shut out of Mike Massimino’s appearance at the Patchogue Theater, join them on Facebook Live instead! Sunday, April 15th at 2pm.
Also give a listen to this great podcast from Ellen Druda @ Half Hollow Hills: https://hhhlibrary.org/2018/03/14/special-podcast-for-long-island-reads/
Carol Ann recaps an awesome Spring Break week at Merrick Library. The podcast features the Make & Take Program, the Teen Art Community Project and the Wednesday Afternoon Book Discussion. She also talks weekend movie plans and Bird Box by Josh Malerman.