After keeping the jungles of Chult safe the heroes used the treasure they earned to open up a Bed and Breakfast called the D&D B&B. Wanting to expand their business empire they set their eyes on the city of Water Deep to open up a 2nd location. News quickly spread and soon the adventures were thrown into a new treasure hunt. Someone named Volo left a mysterious note with clues leading to riches and dangers.
After some negotiation the team decided how to build the Bed and Breakfast. No frills or fanciness was added however they spared no expense when it came to security. After several bank loans the bed and breakfast hired a S.W.A.T team to keep the building safe while they went on adventures.
Being new to Water Deep the locals wanted to say hello to the D&D B&B crew. The criminals in Xanathar’s gang first stopped by after hearing there was lots of gold soon to be found. They offered the heroes help to find the treasure if they split it 50/50 with them. If they refused something “bad” might happen to their Bed and Breakfast. The city guard stopped by later and offered a similar deal. The city guard warned the team that some surprise bills might come their way if they don’t share the treasure.
After weighing both options the Bed and Breakfast team originally decided to team up with the city guard. However after sneaking into the Xanathar’s underground hideout they made friends with some of the goblins. They even proved how strong they are to Xanathar by taking out his body guards. Now the heroes are teamed up with both sides without the other knowing.
Volo’s letter is leading them to somewhere with spiders next. Hopefully the team can keep themselves and the Bed and Breakfast safe.
Pen and Paper Tabletop Adventure Club is a group of interactive game players composed of kids ranging from 5th to 8th grade. The group will next meet Saturday, January 19th at 2pm. Registration is required to play.
"Girls in this family don't go down without a fight."
Katy Gordon loves one thing more than anything in the whole wide world...baseball. A chance encounter with a Little League scout lands her a spot on a team but all too soon her dreams come crashing down around her when she is kicked off of the team for being a girl. With grit and determination Katy embarks on a long road to prove to Little League that girls can play baseball too. It's 1957, space exploration is starting, the civil rights movement is growing, with all of this change shouldn't Little League let girls play baseball?
Find Out of Left Field in the Library
Tiffany, Kids World
"Wherever this stuff goes, it's going to be somebody else's problem."
1987, the year of trash, specifically New York's trash. New York's landfills were at their limit, so Lowell Harrelson, the owner of the National Waste Contractors in Alabama offered a solution. 3,186 tons of trash was loaded on to the Mobro 4000 barge and tugged all the way to North Carolina. North Carolina wanted nothing to do with the massive amount of garbage so there the barge lingered, going in circles in the Gulf of Mexico. But no one wanted the trash! What were they to do with it all? Burry it and build an island? Contaminate the ocean? This non-fiction picture book nicely summarizes an unique event in the 80s. It can be a fun independent read for those in 2nd-4th grade who are interested in historical events, or even used as a tale of caution and bring to attention how much trash humans produce.
Find All That Trash in the Library
Gilly, Kids World
“That’s why [ the sun’s ] been employee of the month for 4.5 billion years and counting.”
It can be hard to explain things that we don’t interact with everyday especially things that happen all the time without us noticing. That bright ball in the sky is Earth’s best friend and does so much to help us. Nick Seluk makes concepts like the changing of seasons, how large our solar system is, and the water cycle accessible for younger readers in K-2nd. This book relates such large concepts to everyday activities and objects with cartoonish visuals that younger readers will be able to relate too.
Find The Sun is King of a Big Deal in the Library
Anna, Kids World
November 6th is Election Day, as Eisenhower Library serves as a polling station, please be aware that there will be no Tuesday storytimes. We will see the Tuesday classes back on November 12th.
All week long (October 29th to November 2nd) we will be celebrating the Halloween holiday in the regular Drop-in Storytimes. Attendees are invited to come in costume if they so choose. A class photo will be taken before each storytime begins, so be sure to arrive on time!
In addition, costumed Trick-or-Treaters are invited to stop by Kids World on October 31st between 1-5pm to be taken on a tour around the Library for various treats.
Have a happy and safe Halloween!
At the Fall Family Fun Fest this year, crafters were challenged utilize a miscellaneous selection of the craft supplies to create something unique. There were quite a few entires, and they all shone with creativity.
The votes were all counted, and this year's winning entry was crafted by Jacob. Congratulations!