September 2010 Archives

Banned Books Week 2010

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BBW_Web_Badge.png...begins tomorrow, September 25th and continues until October 2nd.  This event is observed by libraries (like us) around the country to remind every citizen that intellectual freedom should never be discarded because somebody doesn't like what an author has written.  BBW stresses the importance of making available all different kinds of opinions and viewpoints to the community without fear of censorship or intimidation , as well as protecting the rights of all to choose and make their own decisions.

Check out our Banned Books Week page here  and the BBW page on FaceBook and be sure to look up the titles that are among the "Ten Most Challenged Books of 2009".  More importantly, take this opportunity to celebrate your right and freedom to read anything you want. 

Middle School Book Club

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msbc_small.pngSeptember 30 is this year's first meeting of the Middle School Book Club!  Join us in the 2nd floor meeting room, 4:30 - 5:30 for snacks and a book discussion.   Open to students in grades 6, 7 and 8 this month's title is Freak the Mighty by Rodman Philbrick.  At the beginning of eighth grade, learning disabled Max and his new friend Freak, whose birth defect has affected his body but not his brilliant mind, find that when they combine forces they make a powerful team.freak.png

Middle School Book club meets monthly.  Future dates are listed on the Event Calendar.  Registration and copies of the book are available at the 3rd floor children's desk.  Email the Teen Services Librarian for more information, (203) 622-7915.

September 8 is International Literacy Day

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ILD_logo_sm.pngCelebrate this initiative of the United Nations by visiting Greenwich Library today.  Your library card is the smartest card you have because it opens the door to reading, homework help, and more.  If you don't have a library card, you're in luck because September happens to be Library Card Sign-Up Month so you can get one here today.  The American Library Association lists 52 Ways to use your library card.

Hey! 'Greenwich Library Teens' is now tweeting!

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twitter-follow-me-button.pngYep, it's true.  Greenwich Library Teens now has a Twitter account:  It's been set up so you'll get updated information from all the resources that Greenwich Library and other sites offer.  In the past week that it's been up, our "GLTeens" Twitter page has mentioned or cited links to various topics such as hurricane Katrina's five-year anniversary, the 1963 March on Washington, Doctor Who, BigHugeLabs, Homework Helpers, the first Twilight saga movie, Kanye West and the Hunger Games trilogy.  Forthcoming tweets will include info on the upcoming Teen Read Week and Teens Top Ten picks, not to mention keeping you informed of the latest developments here at the library and elsewhere.

 So what are you waiting for?  Follow us at  And remember, if you do follow us, you'll be able to tell/tweet us back what you'd like to see on the Teens page and at the library.  You can't lose!

Greenwich Library Teens


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