READ-A-LOUD EVENT  THURSDAY EVENING APRIL 12TH 7:00 p.m… with a surprise Guest Reader!  Clues, clues and more clues!!!  Each day from Sunday April 8 – Thursday April 12, clues will be posted on the library Webpage and Facebook page in trying to guess the book title for our Read-A-Loud Event.   Gather all your clues, write them down, and bring them with you the night of our Read-A-Loud Event.  Correct title gives each participant a special reward.  All those participating in our Read-A-Loud Event Night will be given a small reward.   Wouldn’t it be awesome to have standing room only at our Read-A-Loud Night.  Let’s try and make it happen…spread the word!

Clue 1:

This word is a greeting used in some Native American Languages. What is the word?

  • Clue 2:

Twins, double, pair are a number and a word. What is the word?

  • Clue 3:

verb: form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; construct; create. What is this one syllable word?

  • Clue 4:

Tan, Pan, Van, Hand, Wand, Land, Stand.   What is the word that is used in each of these words?

  • Clue 5:

The round fruit of a tree of the rose family, which typically has thin red or green skin and crisp flesh;  many varieties have been developed as dessert.  What is this word?

  • Clue: 6

This dessert can be cut into a triangle shape.  What is this word? 

  • Last 4 CLUES

Plus, in addition to…what is this three letter word? (hint…can be found in some words in clue #4)

This word you must begin counting backwards 8 letters from the letter Z, then begin with letter A and count five letters, and then count backwards from the letter P twelve letters.  What is this word?

Unscramble the letters….H…E…T.. What is this word?

Earth, Globe, Planet, Sphere….what is this word?

Once you think you have solved the Book Title, write it down and bring it with you tonight.  Shhhh, keep your answer to yourself and we’ll reveal our titled book tonight! 





***National Library Week (April 8- 14, 2018) is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support. From free access to books and online resources for families to library business centers that help support entrepreneurship and retraining, libraries offer opportunity to all. The theme for 2018 National Library Week is “Libraries Lead,” and American Ballet Theatre Principal Dancer Misty Copeland will serve as 2018 National Library Week Honorary Chair.

National Library Week 2018 will mark the 60th anniversary of the first event, sponsored in 1958. This national celebration is sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and observed in libraries across the country each April. All types of libraries – school, public, academic and special – participate every year in National Library Week.