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  • NMS Seventh Graders Visit Booth Library

    Between Tuesday, September 9, and Wednesday, September 10, seventh grade students in three clusters had the opportunity to visit C.H. Booth Library.

    According to Language Arts teacher Kristin Norden, the students left from Newtown Middle School to visit the library by 7:30 each day, and workshops centered around having the students familiarize themselves with using the library’s resources, like research tools, downloading eBooks, and applying for interlibrary loans.

  • Nature Nick Visits C.H. Booth Library

    Long Island animal trainer “Nature Nick” Jacinto visited Newtown’s C.H. Booth Library Friday, July 18, showing kids a number of exotic animals.

    “I’m here to show neat animals,” said Nature Nick as he presented the first animal to his audience, an African hedgehog named “Sprinkles.”

    “The spikey pricks on its back are made of protein, keratin to be exact,” he said.

  • Halloween Crafts At The Library

    A Drop-In Halloween Craft event was held in the Story Hour Room in the children’s department of the C.H. Booth Library on Thursday, October 24.

    The event was open for children ages 3 to 6 years old and no prior registration was required. It included a story hour and crafts.

  • Children’s Author Audrey Penn Visits Newtown

    Award-winning children’s author Audrey Penn, creator of The Kissing Hand book series, visited Newtown for a pair of programs on Friday and Saturday, September 13 and 14.

    For her first stop, Ms Penn visited Sandy Hook School, currently housed in Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School, on Friday. She then visited C.H. Booth Library on Saturday.

  • Premiere Event To Be Hosted At Library For ‘City Of Bones’

    Fans of Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments book series and those anxiously awaiting the book series’ first installment, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, to hit the big screen on Wednesday, August 21, are welcome to stop by C.H. Booth Library for a City of Bones Premiere Party on Tuesday August 20, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

  • Local Readers Rise To Library’s Teen Summer Reading Challenge

    With the summer coming to a close, Kim Weber of C.H. Booth Library’s Young Adult section is pleased with the level of participation in this summer’s Teen Summer Reading Challenge.

    “There are so many books that are just flying off the shelves,” Ms Weber said.

  • Authors And Illustrators To Visit Newtown During Children’s Book Week

    During Children’s Book Week, May 13–19, authors will visit schools on Friday, May 17, and give a “Turning the Page, New Stories for Newtown” presentation at Newtown Middle School for residents on Saturday, May 18.