YOUTH SERVICES ROUNDUP

FREE STUFF – CHILDREN’S BOOK WEEK THEME AND POSTER REVEALED!

Every Child a Reader and the Children’s Book Council have announced the 2022 Children’s Book Week slogan, “How Do You Book?” This year’s event will take place May 2–8 and November 7–13. Two posters per registrant are free, and bookmarks and additional activities will be available as well!

STORYTIME INSPIRATION

Literacious offers up a wealth of ideas for storytimes including themed songs, activities, stories, movement and crafts! Choose Activities in the top menu to view themes by age level bands. If you’re still looking for storytime ideas for February, check out the Black History Month theme which offers up book and song suggestions! 

JUST FOR FUN

Tell Us Your Encanto Opinions And We’ll Give You A Perfect Book Recommendation (buzzfeed.com)

GEARING UP FOR SUMMER READING

NCLS will be hosting some Summer Reading sessions with an emphasis on programming, but we need your help to plan! Please fill out this Google Form to let us know your meeting preferences! If you attended our first meeting last Friday, your CSLP gear is on its way! If you did not receive a flash drive loaded with the Collaborative Summer Library Program manual but would like one, please let me know.

PD CORNER

YSS Spring Conference: Early Bird registration deadline 2/18, Scholarship application deadline extended to 2/15!

NYS Library: Getting Started with READsquared This is the first of several free sessions hosted by the New York State Library, aimed at helping you get comfortable with setting up and using the control room in READsquared.

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