Yes, I found another entertaining name generator -
Use the 1st letter of your first name and the 1st letter of your last name:
Have fun, evil-doers! Feel free to post your names below.
- The Dark Creature (aka Sarah – cue scary lightening, Muwahahahaa!)
Dance like no one’s watching, my friends!
Sarah, reading All-Star Superman, by Grant Morrison
Join us after school for a two-day Thor Movie Marathon! Today (Wed. Aug. 13) we’ll be watching Thor. Tomorrow (Thurs. Aug. 14) we’ll watch Thor: The Dark World. Both movies run 5-7pm – AND we’ll provide the movie snacks and drinks! After school win!
We’ll be up in Community Room B. See you there!
Sarah, currently reading Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira
A little fun fact about myself: I love sharks. They are fascinating to me, and I love this time of year when the Discovery Channel holds their annual Shark Week. I will get minimal fun-reading done this week because my time not spent at the library will be parked in front of my TV watching sharks.
Not only does this week highlight one of the ocean’s top apex predators, but it provides information on many reputable oceanic conservation organizations and movements.
Respect the shark and he will give you a high-five! How awesome is this photo?!
One person CAN make a difference whether it’s for sharks, rainforests, world hunger – whatever your passion. Go forth into the world and do good!
Happy Shark Week!
Sarah, currently reading Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan
Post below with anime you’d like to watch at our next meeting!
Remember, Young Jedi – The Force is with you, always.
- Ryasa Huket (Sarah)
“Isn’t it sad that so often it takes facing death to appreciate life and each other fully? I hope you are making a difference for someone today . . .” Esther Earl
Since 2010, August 3rd or Esther Day, has become a holiday that reminds us to verbalize our love for friends and family, the important people in our lives who we might not remember to say “I love you” to very often.
Hope you all seek out happiness for yourself with the friends and family you love today.
Sarah, currently reading This Star Won’t Go Out, by Esther Earl
We’ve got your Saturday night plans covered! If you already have plans, CANCEL THEM and head to HCPL’s Sugar Creek Branch lawn for two free outdoor movies + popcorn.
Tonight we’ll be showing the world premiere of The Page Turners, a hilarious short film that takes a look at what happens when readers get sucked into a good book—literally. This movie has been written, directed, acted by, and edited by your Hancock County peers. Support your local arts and talent!
After you enjoy The Page Turners, we’ll be showing the movie Holes, based on the Louis Sachar‘s novel.
It’s a beautiful night for an outdoor movie night!!! Movies will start when it gets dark. See you on the lawn!