It MAY not be summer just yet, but the end of the school year is just around the corner and sport of summer is in full swing. In honor of “America’s Favorite Pastime,” check out these young adult non-fiction books about the greats of baseball and be on the lookout next month for a selection of baseball-themed fiction.
With Black Panther still thriving at the box office, Infinity War, Deadpool, and Ant-Man and Wasp premiering soon, plus Aquaman later in the year, 2018 looks to be filled to the brim with comic-inspired movies. Still, what to do to fill the gaps in between?
International Games Week is coming up, October 29 through November 4. The American Library Association organizes this initiative every year “to reconnect communities through their libraries around the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games.” Join us for events throughout our community, including “Life-Sized Games” at Mountain Island, an Escape Room at Scaleybark, and Dungeon & Dragon events at Beatties Ford Road and University City.
Teens worked together to solve the first Halloween-themed "Haunted Library" escape room at University City Library. There will be a spy-themed escape room program coming later this month!