This is an amazing new book that teaches children (or anyone really) about Alzheimer’s. It is written by Kent L. Karosen & Chana Stiefel and the illustrations in the book are beautiful artwork done by Kindergartners, 1st graders and Alzheimer patients. Come in and see this and other new selections available for check out.
Don’t miss Hooper’s Main Street Extravaganza this Sunday Dec. 4th. Mrs. Claus will be reading and passing out treats at the library at 4:00 and several other events will follow at the Over 60 Center and the Hooper Care Center. There are horse and carriage rides, Santa Claus, cookie decorating, Chili feed, kids games, smores, hot chocolate and more! Come join in the FUN!
Our library is the polling place in Hooper so we will be closed for the day. We re-open Wednesday at 2:00p.m.
🕸We had a ton of fun at our Halloween party! We colored pictures & did word searches, we also filled trick or treat bags with prizes & treats when we played HALLOWEEN Bingo & Candy bowl toss, & everyone told a HALLOWEEN joke from our punch board before eating some yummy treats & hearing 2 fun stories! 🎃
PLEASE COME TO AN AUTHOR BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!
We will have games and treats for everyone while we celebrate popular authors with September birthdays!
WHERE: HOOPER PUBLIC LIBRARY
WHEN: WED. SEPT. 21ST AT 4:00 P.M. OR AS SOON AFTER SCHOOL AS YOU CAN ARRIVE. This will last approx. one hour.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY THIS MONTH TO:
Andrea Davis Pinkney
Summer is going by quickly and we have been busy at the library with patrons checking out books, movies and magazines or using our computers or free Wi-fi. Children just love out puppet theater and it’s so fun to watch and listen to their little puppet shows that they improvise. Children can also color and do activity pages or puzzles in our children’s corner or just relax and read. We are offering children & teens who are reading on their own the opportunity to win fun prizes for their efforts in reading this summer. This will be going on through August 10th so bring the kids in for details on BOOK CAMP.
Other happenings at the library include our Coffee Corner which continues to draw a good crowd every Friday morning. Stop in and join us for coffee, treats and good conversation. Browse our books, magazines or movies while you are here or if you use a device to read ask about Nebraska Overdrive.
Story time will be held Tuesday August 2nd at 10:30a.m. FUN for children of all ages!
Hooper Public Library’s board of trustees has 3 new members. We welcome Michael Mattes who will serve as our Board President, Kelly Abrahams who will fill the Secretary position and Anne Skidmore will serve as a trustee. The other 2 members of our board are Sally Oberg who has served on our board for 6 years and Jamie Volpp who has served 2 years. Members leaving our board are Amy Moeller who graciously served 8 years as our President and Amanda Dennis who served 6 years on our Board of Trustees. We are very grateful to all of our trustees past and present for their service to Hooper Public Library.
Hooper Public Library welcomed Henry Doorly Zoo to Hooper on June 6th. They presented ZOOLYMPICS to help kick off Hooper Public Library’s summer reading program. Children were able to test their abilities against that of some animals and learned new facts about a few of their favorite animals.
The summer reading program titled ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, READ! continued at the library the rest of the week with Preschoolers coming on Tuesday morning for story time and fun activities. The older children came for afternoon sessions all week learning about the library & why it is important to keep reading throughout the summer. Each day had a different theme: STORY DAY, GAME DAY, CRAFT DAY & ACTIVITY DAY. Children heard stories about camping and made S’mores snack mix that everyone enjoyed. Games like Hangman, Book Sandwich, & Mad Libs were a big hit. They made “watermelon fans” to cool themselves with on these hot summer days, a READ paper chain to decorate the library with, cute magnets to take home and the preschoolers made a 3-D camping picture. Children played library games and learned how books are shelved in the library. They were also introduced to Nebraska Overdrive and learned how to check out a book on an I PAD. The last day was full of fun activities that got the children up and moving. They played with punch balls, had pull back car races, and tried out some bouncing putty, all of which they got to take home with them. Everyone also received a READ bag, bookmarks and a “playbook” with fun activity ideas to do the rest of the summer.
Children who are reading on their own were offered the chance to take part in our BOOK CAMP going on the rest of the summer. This is open to all Hooper Public Library patrons so bring your child in to see how he or she can earn prizes for reading this summer!