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Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament

9 Jun

Sign up for Lower Macungie Library’s First Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament! Put a team together or grab a partner and register before June 22. The tournament will take place on Saturday, June 25 from 10am-3pm.


Basic details:

-There is no entrance fee
-Prizes will be awarded in each divison (by grade level)
-Puzzles will be provided by the library
-Lunch and bottled water will be provided

Click here for more details!

Panic, Book Trailer

29 Aug

Hear author Lauren Oliver discuss her book.


Track your reading this summer…and win prizes!

5 Jun

So you’re required to read this summer for school and you’re probably going to want to read something for fun…what’s in it for you? Keep track of all the books you read this summer starting June 1 and you could be entered to win some cool prizes like a free Rita’s coupon or a book.

In order to track your books for the reading incentive program online, you must first create an account:

  • Type https://host8.evanced.info/lowermaclib/sr/homepage.asp into your browser or follow navigation links on the library’s website (www.lowermaclib.org) Teens Homepage–> Teen Issues and Interest–> signup/track online link
  • Select from the tabs across the top which program you are signing up for.
  • Once you’ve selected the appropriate program tab, click on the Sign Me Up button.  Fill out the required forms with your information.
  • To log books, click on the Add/View Log and fill in the required fields.
    • Please Note: You will able to enter books as soon as you create an account and include titles read since June 1st, however, you will be unable to fill out raffle tickets until the Sumer Reading program starts on June 24th.
    • Although you are filling out your log online, you will still need to come into the library to fill out raffle tickets at your convenience (after June 24th!) Winners will be pulled at the end of each week and notified the first of the following week, beginning July 1st.
      • As always, if you fill out a review, you get TWO raffle tickets for the reviewed book.

Teen Tech Week Ends!

18 Mar

Saturday was the last day of Teen Tech Week. All last week we posted book reviews, trailers, and polls related to technology and what the library has to offer. Today is your last chance to comment on any of the posts and/or answer any of the polls in order to be entered to win a cool prize such as an autographed book. Don’t miss out!

Under the Never Sky, Book Trailer

15 Mar

Have you read this book? Do you want to? Leave us a comment for a chance to be entered to win a cool prize in honor of Teen Tech Week!

Answer the poll: LML’s online resources

14 Mar

Answer the poll below to be entered in a drawing to win a prize for Teen Tech Week!

Answer the poll: Movies

13 Mar

Answer the poll below about techie movies to be entered to win a prize for Teen Tech Week!

Answer the poll: Books

12 Mar

Answer the poll below about fiction books that deal with technology. You’ll be entered to win a prize for Teen Tech Week!

The Future of Us, Review

11 Mar

The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler

A while ago we gave you one reader’s opinion. Below is another. Leave us a comment to be entered to win a prize for Teen Tech Week such as an autographed book!

Plot: It’s 1996, and Josh and Emma have been neighbors their whole lives. They’ve been best friends almost as long – at least, up until last November, when Josh did something that changed everything. Things have been weird between them ever since, but when Josh’s family gets a free AOL CD in the mail,his mom makes him bring it over so that Emma can install it on her new computer. When they sign on, they’re automatically logged onto their Facebook pages. But Facebook hasn’t been invented yet. And they’re looking at themselves fifteen years in the future.

By refreshing their pages, they learn that making different decisions now will affect the outcome of their lives later. And as they grapple with the ups and downs of what their futures hold, they’re forced to confront what they’re doing right – and wrong – in the present.

For some reason I have always been interested in the idea of time travel and while this is not traveling to the future, it shows Emma and Josh how even little decisions they make today can affect their lives in fifteen years.  Imagine all those small things you decide on each day from what to wear, to what time to leave the house, what to eat or buy.  Nothing that seems life changing, especially far off in the future, but what if it is?  Thinking about September 11th I always remember the people who were late to work at the World Trade Center, or on vacation, or off at an off-site meeting and how that one decision led to them still being here.  We never know which small decision is going to set in motion where we will be or what we will be doing or who we will be with in the future.

Emma sees herself in fifteen years and sees a woman who is unhappy with her life, so she sets out to fix things like not meeting her future husband at college and then looks for the ripples from that.  Each time she changes something she refreshes the page to see how it fixes things.  She sees how decisions small and large can modify the future she sees.  Josh is a little more leery of looking too much at the future. He sees a picture he is happy with and doesn’t want to mess with it.  But in looking into the future they realize that they need to look at the now too.

Would you recommend this book? Yes.

4 stars


Teen Tech Week Begins!

11 Mar

Yesterday was the start of Teen Tech Week! The 2013 theme is Check In @ Your Library. We invite you to check out what technology the library has to offer through our online databases and homework help, and other cool things like eBooks, audiobooks, movies, and music! And they’re all free 🙂

Each day this week we will post something related to technology, including book reviews, book trailers, and polls. All we are asking YOU to do is comment on our posts and/or answer the polls. The more times you do, the more chances you’ll be entered in a drawing to win a cool prize such as an autographed copy of a book.

So be sure to Check In @ the blog every day this week!