The Stonington Public Library is excited to host Naia Cucukov in a zoom event on September 11th from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Ms. Cucukov is the executive producer of the Netflix adaptation of The Babysitters Club.This event is perfect for kids that love the Babysitters Club books or those who grew up reading the iconic series.
Growing up in a small town in Southern New Jersey, Cucukov had little to do other than dive into movies and books. It’s a trait that propelled her to Hollywood, and to running development for film and television company, Walden Media.
Naia has overseen such movies as: The Giver, based on the bestselling book by Lois Lowry; Disney’s The BFG, a Steven Spielberg-directed adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved novel; and Wonder, based on the bestselling middle grade novel, as well as the recent adaptation of Ann M. Martin’s beloved series, The Baby-Sitters Club. Listen to Naia read from Kristy’s Big Idea and find out how to break into the entertainment business, what an executive producer actually does and how it felt to bring The Baby-sitters Club to a new generation.
For more information or to submit any questions ahead of the event email firstname.lastname@example.org To join the event go to zoom.us the event ID is 822 6298 3629.
Patricia O’Donnell | Author of The Vigilance of Stars
Tuesday, August 25 | 6:00PM
Join us on Zoom and provide the link to join with your patrons. No password required.
Please enjoy this special take and make story hour featuring Anica Mrose Rissi!
Aluminum Foil Moon Sensory Craft
Please enjoy this virtual story hour! This was my first time making a video so the illustrations are a little hard to see but I promise we will get the hang of it! Below is the link for the video as well as ideas for the craft.
25 Superhero Crafts for Kids
Both The Stonington Public Library and Chase Emerson Library are participating in the Maine Humanities Counsel Summer reading program, ReadME. Author Lily King has chosen a fiction and non fiction title from Maine authors. There will be online interviews with the the authors as well as discussion groups. Stop in and pick up a copy of the books this week!
We are very excited that tomorrow is kids day at the library 10:00 am to noon. We have gotten in a few new books for middle readers and some new pictures books! Please come in and check them out and pick up a summer reading challenge.
The Stonington Public Library has been working to keep books in the hands of our patrons since closing in March. We are thrilled to be opening our doors again on June 16th at 10:00 am! There will be some significant changes in place to protect myself and Gretchen, as well as our patrons. The Library hours will be changing for the summer, Tuesday and Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm for adults only and Saturdays 10:00 am to Noon for children and their accompanying adult. There is a 5 person limit in the library excluding families on Saturdays, to make distancing easier and a time limit so everyone gets a chance to come in and enjoy browsing for books. Unfortunately, we will not have public access computers or a public restroom but we will be able to take care of your printing needs. We also have expanded the WiFi coverage outside of the building. Just look for Stonintong Library Guest on your personal device. Please wear a mask in the library if you don’t have one we have disposable masks to offer you and hand sanitizer to share. We will still offer curbside pick up as well.
The Stonington Public Library is excited to start our 2020 summer reading program on June 8th. It will run all summer long this year. Everyone knows that not all heroes wear capes! You can be a super hero just by reading this summer! Use our book log to write down the book titles you complete or the number of minutes you read each day. The challenge is for all ages and for every 14 lines you fill up you will get a prize! You can pick up a log at the library or download one on our website and Facebook