Join in the fun of the Summer Reading Club and discover great new books and authors. There are lots of activities and prizes for children up to 16 as you track your reading at your local library and online.
The Summer Reading Club consists of two elements:
• A library-based program of fun activities in your local library and activity booklets for children aged birth to 16 years.
• an interactive website that provides fun and engaging online activities such as online chats, book raves, stories to complete, competitions, games, recommended reading lists and websites for children and their families.
Summer Reading Club Website activities
The website activities are grouped into four levels to appeal to a diverse range of readers. The levels are aimed at, but not limited to:
• Level 1 (0-4 years)
• Level 2 (5-7 years)
• Level 3 (8-11 years)
• Level 4 (12+ years)
Each level has a number of interactive activities including an e-gallery, book lists and book raves.
The program is strongly supported by:
• Queensland Public Libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres
• YPLG (Young Peoples Librarian Group)
• Education sector
• Children and families
• Children’s authors and illustrators
BOLLYWOOD AT JIMBOOMBA LIBRARY
Everyone had a great time at the Bollywood event hosted at Jimboomba and Logan Hyperdome Libraries recently. An hour of dress up dancing and games ensured fun for all. The event was hosted by Roushini.
Join us for some Easter and rabbit stories and a special visit by the EASTER BUNNY*
Wednesday 1 April
Wednesday 8 April
* Please note – The Easter Bunny will be distributing chocolate Easter eggs to participants and these eggs may contain traces of nuts and dairy, etc.
Bookings are essential and can be made on the above phone numbers. Recommended for ages 8 and under.
A wide range of school holiday activities will also be available for children these school holidays. To view the activities at your local branch, please click on a link below:
Celebrate Youth Week and come along to the wide range of fun free activities to be held at Logan City Council Libraries between 28 March and 4 April 2009. Activities include:
The Cultural Drawers
Angela Rossitto, a young artist, will take you on a journey; telling crazy Logan stories, which will help you pull drawings and images from your minds leading you to design and paint pieces of furniture. These will then take up residence in our 9 Logan Young Adult Library spaces.
|The Cultural Drawers workshop will take place from 11.00am to 3.00pm at the following locations:|
|Lunch will be provided. Bookings are essential.|
Take Over Logan’s Libraries
Take over the Young Adults Spaces in Logan’s Libraries and play Guitar Hero, make Conversational Rag Rugs, and set up art and furniture.
|Event is free and will take place at the following locations:|
|For more information on any of the above activities, please contact Brittany Guy, Youth Outreach Librarian, on (07) 3412 4184.|
Experience the ultimate in ‘home theatre’ retro lounging – at your local library! With it’s unconventional shape, the DVD Modpod Chair provides both sound isolation and excellent acoustics. The chair’s chamber-like shape and upholstered interior cancels out most outside noise, providing an ideal environment for meditation, relaxation and just getting away from it all. Enjoy your favourite CD or watch a movie in surround sound, as the built-in speakers will create an immersive and fun listening experience for any music lover or movie buff.
Visit one of the following libraries to experience the DVD Modpod Chair:
- Beenleigh Library
- Jimboomba Library
- Logan Central Library
- Logan Hyperdome Library
- Logan North Library
- Logan West Library
- Marsden Library