Getting Ready for Teen READ Week 2014

Last week was book fair and next week is Teen READ Week. As the week progresses, I will post pictures here. Per our usual game plan for TRW, the library will be hopping with lots of activities, games and contests every day at lunch. Members of Bookmarked helped me plan and will be my assistants next week. I have got all the supplies ready to go, and I can't wait for lunch time on Monday. 

Turn Your Dreams into Reality  @ PFTSTA LibraryTeen Read Week 2014

PicturePrize for guessing the correct number of candies.
1. Annual Library Book Mark Contest: Two winners-one from middle school and one from high school-will receive a $20 Barnes and Noble gift card, and their bookmark reproduced to give away to the PFTSTA community. You can visit the library for a hard copy or open here: and print out from the web.
All bookmarks are due in the library by Wednesday, October 15th at 2:30PM.

2. Dream Jobs Guessing Game: Every day during Teen Read Week, you can visit the library to get a clue about a character from a book or movie who has a special job. If you answer correctly you will receive a prize. You may enter this contest once a day each day of the week.

3. Fine Forgiveness Week: You may return any overdue book/s during Teen Read Week without having to pay a fine.

4. Guess the Candy in the jar: When you go to work, would you rather a PayDay bar or $100 Grand? The winner’s answers must be closest to the correct number without going over. Guess the correct number of candy bars in the jar and win a PayDay tin bank. 

5. Vote for Teen’s Top Ten: Members of Bookmarked helped nominate books for Teen’s Top Ten, now you can help select the best of the best. Vote for up to three of your favorite books from 2013 here:

6. Now showing in your library: Visit the library at lunch on Monday, to watch an episode of the television show Twilight Zone, "Man in a Bottle, " narrated by Rod Serling, an episode of someone who is unhappy with his profession and dreams of improving his life. Popcorn will be served.

7. What do you dream to be? Visit the library at lunch on Tuesday and Friday, and we will take a picture of you. You will put a thought bubble over your head using and type in what you dream to be in the future. Photos will be printed out and hung on a dream catcher that you can make on Wednesday.

8. Play Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Scavenger Hunt: Visit the library on Thursday and form a team of three. You will have a chance to play a scavenger hunt among the shelves of the library. Spirit monkeys will be awarded for those who find all the clues and solve the riddle.

9.  Create a dreamcatcher for you picture: Visit the library Wednesday and Friday at lunch for this activity. Materials will be available for you to make a dreamcatcher.



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