|Saturday, May 14 at 10:30 AM
Free Virtual ACT or SAT
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Teen Guessing Jar
|Are all your ducks in a row? Ours are and we're ready for our next Teen Guessing Jar. Once again it's different from previous guessing jars. This time, the only things in the jar are our Book Ducks. They're reading one book apiece. So the question is: How many items are in the ENTIRE West Nyack Free Library collection? Not just adult books. Not just teen or kids books. Not even just paper books. How many items, total? Place your guess in the jar next time you're in the library or email it along with your name, grade, email address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org|
May 2-June 5
Teens and Tweens-- Create a ten word story on any appropriate topic of your choice. Hand your story in at the Children's or Adult Information desks or email it to us at email@example.com between May 2 and June 5. Be sure to include your name, age, email, phone number and your Ten Word Story. Winners will be announced on June 13.
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|The winner of the April Guessing Jar is Nate R.
|Eco-Creation Contest April 6-May 5, 2022
Kids! Teens! Adults!
In honor of Earth Day, we're having a RECYCLED MATERIALS CREATION CONTEST. Make something using the items in your recycle bin - something artistic, something functional or something funky!
Once completed, send a clear image of the creation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, email address, category you are entering, age (for Kids and Teens/Tweens) and a description of your object. Include materials and construction methods used.
Gift cards will be awarded to the winners in each of the following categories:
Children Ages 5-11
Teens & Tweens 12-17
Adults of all ages
what to read next?
We can help!
|Teens in grades 6-12 can request a selection of great books.
Just fill out our form, telling us what you like.
In less than a week, we will contact you to arrange for pick up
via curbside or during Grab and Go Hours.
Click here for form.
Research shows that recreational reading enhances comprehension, vocabulary, general knowledge and empathy for others. Plus, it is fun!
Stretch your artistic muscles--
Visit Storm King: Create
and see what you can make.
(We love the 3-D Sculpture)
|Wellington at Shedd Aquarium||Sea Otters at Monterey Bay Aquarium||Octopus Escape Challenge|
|Live Moon Jelly Cam Monterey Bay Aquarium||Cornell Bird Feeder Watch||Giraffe Cam Houston Zoo|
|Cornell Red-Tail Hawks||Fiona the HIppo Cincinnati Zoo|
|Click Here||And Click Here||Or Here for a podcast
from author Jan Brett
|Click Here for article from CNN|
|Click here to join|
Summer Reading Lists
Summer Reading Lists
Magazines and Databases for Students
Includes Online College Database, Opposing Viewpoints, encyclopedias, journals, Grolier, magazines, and other research databases and web sites.
The American Presidency Project includes more than 111,400 documents relating to the presidency, including executive orders, proclamations, press conferences, weekly radio addresses, fireside chats, and State of the Union presentations with links to audio and video.
Book of the States is your source for state, commonwealth, and territory comparative data. Can elected officials serve executive terms? Which states legalized capital punishment? Agriculture, energy, elections, technology, human services and more. Fun facts include each state's offical bird, motto, song and flower.
New York State Driver's Manual & Practice Tests will help you prepare for your written permit test and road test, or help you brush up on the rules of the road.