Science in the Summer Registration begins in less than 2 weeks!!

Mark your calendars! Radnor Library will host Franklin Institute's Science in the Summer program again this year at the Radnor Township Building. Our theme is the Science of Sports and will be Monday, June 26th and Tuesday, June 27th. Registration open May 3 at 12:00PM. Parents must register students online at www.scienceinthesummer.com. Registration begins in May and dates vary by county. Space is limited and registrations will be processed in the order they are received. Registration Dates: Delaware County online…

Masterminds by Gordon Korman A group of kids discovers they were cloned from the DNA of some of the greatest criminal masterminds in history for a sociological experiment Project Alpha by D.J. MacHale Eight boys and girls compete for a spot on the space voyage that will search for a source to solve Earth's energy crisis Fuzzy by Tom Angelberger When Max (Maxine Zealster) befriends her new robot classmate Fuzzy, she helps him navigate Vanguard Middle School and together they…

The Underground Abductor By: Nathan Hale Audience: Age 8-12 For Fans of: Graphic Novels, Tom Angelberger, History Stories Summary: Nathan Hale tells the story of Harriet Tubman in this interesting and entertaining novel in his signature amazing but true storytelling style. Check out his other books on the Donner Party, World War I trench warfare and more!

13 Reasons Why (or Why Not) to Watch

Ok, so we're not here to give a definitive answer on whether or not to let your teen watch Netflix's 13 Reasons Why. Books can be a great way to start discussion on heavy topics and the television could act the same way. The sources below contain reviews and discussion questions to check out if you wanted more information on the book, Netflix series and more. Common Sense Media: Book Review Netflix Series Review Jay Asher's Book Page JED Foundation…

dO GOOD JUST BY READING! Join Penguin Random House’s #ProjectReadathon Million Minutes campaign. From April 17 – 23, the week leading up to UNESCO’s World Book Day, you have an opportunity to #ReadWell and to help young readers in local communities throughout North America. All you have to do is read. Browse and read the free, timed excerpts from our books and authors on this site – from Biography and Memoir, to Health and Wellness, and from Sci-fi & Fantasy,…

If I Had a Little Dream by Nina Laden Beautiful message and glorious watercolor illustrations. Goodnight Dragons by Judith Roth Using kindness, soft blankets, and chocolate milk, a brave child tames ferocious dragons and settles them in a clover field for a nap. I Just Want to Say Goodnight by Rachel Isadora In a village on the African plains, a little girl stalls bedtime by saying good night to various animals and objects. The Goodnight Train by June Sobel A…