Avid Readers Breakfast. This year the annual avid readers breakfast will be held in the library on April 26th from 8-9 am.
Maud Hart Lovelace and Star Of The North Voting!!
Students all over the state of MN are voting for their favorite books to win this year's Maud Hart Lovelace Book Award and Star of the North Picture Book Award! To be eligible to vote, students in grades K-2 must have read EIGHT of the TEN Star Of The North titles (individually or in class), or THREE of the TWELVE Maud Hart Lovelace titles Division I (grades 3-5), Dvision II (grades 6-8). Prairie and Jungle are voting as classes for their favorite picture book on the Star Of The North ballot, and grades 3-8 are voting within their Maud Hart Lovelace division. Anyone who is absent when the voting takes place may come to vote in the library before Wednesday, March 31.
Maud Hart Lovelace Avid Readers' Breakfast April 29!
Students who have read all 12 titles within each division are invited to the annual Avid Readers' Breakfast in FSM's Gandhi Library on Friday, April 29 at 8:45am. Read all 12 titles in your division between now and the end of Spring Break, and sign up by April 12 with Shahzore in the library.
Saint Paul Public Library Bookmark Design Contest
Design a bookmark promoting your favorite Minnesota Youth Reading Award book. Winners will receive a $40 gift card to Wet Paint, Michael’s, Barnes & Noble, Half Priced Books or Red Balloon, and will have their artwork made into real bookmarks and distributed throughout Saint Paul! Contest runs January 15 - March 15 and is open to kids in grades K-8. Entry form can be found here. Winners will be announced at final party (see below).
There will be voting boxes at every Saint Paul Public Public Library location during March. Stop by and vote for your favorite books!
Join us for a final party to celebrate the winners of the Minnesota Youth Reading Awards and learn about next year's nominees. We'll also announce the winners of the bookmark design contest. Snacks, crafts, games, fun! Sunday, April 17, 2 p.m., Arlington Hills Community Center .