The theme for the final week of ACLA Summer Reading programs is Pittsburgh, from the past to the present and into the future, featuring presentations from community partners like the Heinz History Center and the Pittsburgh Pirates.
We’re making up for lost time with a new batch of Summer Reading story and craft videos! We’ve got animals from antelope to zebra, a story about what happens when boys and girls don’t quite see eye-to-eye, and an origami project to make an elephant face. We have one more set of videos lined up for the final week of Summer Reading, so please look forward to them!
Not sure what to read? Let us surprise you with a bag of books. Name your preferred genre or genres, and we’ll put together a bag with (depending on size) 6-10 items from our Book Sale shelves for just $3. They’ll be yours to keep.
We also have a limited supply of DVDs and CDs we can throw into the mix as well. Let us know if you only want books or if you’d be interested in an extra surprise.
Order using our online shopping cart or call 412-531-8754.
Amy reads What About Me?, written and illustrated by Ed Young and published by Philomel Books. A young boy wants knowledge, so he seeks out the Grand Master to teach him. The Grand Master tells the boy to bring him a small carpet. What could this mean? Afterwards, make your own small carpet with paper, yarn, and beads.