- Published on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 07:00
PLS would like to offer children some fun resources to accompany the Little Read theme. Patrons can print off the following activity sheets as an exciting way for children to explore parts of the wild west through word searchs, mad libs, anagrams, coloring, mazes, and more!
- Published on Wednesday, 08 January 2014 11:51
While adults and teens read True Grit and participate in discussions about this novel of the Old West, children may participate in the Little Read. The Little Read for 2014 will include book discussion kits of books that follow an aspect of the theme of True Grit. Each kit includes 12 books, book discussion questions, and activities. These items are available to the branch libraries for children's programs in conjunction with the adult Big Read.
They will be available to the general public for check out through the library catalog this summer. Check the online library calendar or contact your hometown library for Little Read programs in your area.
Wagon Wheels by Barbara Brenner
After the civil war, the Muldie boys and their father travel a long way to settle in the black community of Nicodemus, Kansas. Not satisfied with the land of Kansas, Daddy moves on to find a better place to farm. The three boys care for each other until their father sends for them when they make a dangerous journey to reunite with their father.