Who knew sharing ideas could be so difficult? At Teen Library Council tweens and teens finally have a say in their section of the library. With Ms. Nicole, their teen spirited and fun instructor, the members anxiously anticipate their meetings.
At first sharing ideas with strangers was a little challenging, but as Nicole started bouncing ideas, the group began to warm up and get involved. Insane brains now have a chance to make their ideas reality! Perks and rewards are given to all of the members, and the group is still brainstorming.
The council will take action soon and who knows, maybe you will start looking forward to a trip to the library!
Snoopy gets Murdered!
When the kids came to forensics class they found a crime had been committed. Ms. Susan and Snoopy were having dinner and Snoopy wanted to kill her cats! So Ms. Susan stabbed Snoopy with his own knife.
The kids found a note that said Snoopy committed suicide. They found out Ms. Susan wrote the note because when she wrote it, it was not the same as a check Snoopy wrote. Snoopy lived in the end!
Creative Science Art Fizzles!
By: Ave Mae
The kids in Creative Science Art made fizzy art. They took glue and made shapes. Then they put salt and baking powder on the glue. They painted it. After that they added drops of vinegar to make it fizz. The result was great art!
Snoopy gets injured!
Kids came to the yellow house. There was an attempted murder! They found an injured Snoopy and other things like two cups, one bloody knife and a clean knife at the scene. They found out it was Ms. Susan who did it. Can you believe it? She was the last person they thought it would be. Well, Ms. Susan got caught red-handed and everyone was shocked. Ava Mae thought, “It was fun.” Everyone can’t wait for next year!
Rocket Scientists make Treats
This week the little scientists made fizzy pop rocks, sour pop rocks to be exact. They were made out of citric acid, baking soda, Crystal Light and confectioner sugar. It looked like everyone had fun. They got to eat what they made. Lili said, “I think that it is fun to eat what you made.” Sarah said, “I loved it when you get to eat.”
Snoopy is a Crime Victim!
There was a crime at the Pawling Free Library. Children came to find that a crime had happened at the yellow house. They found Snoopy in a chair with a glass cup and a bloody knife. On the other side of the table was another glass and knife that was not bloody. They found out that Snoopy was alive and that Ms. Susan hurt Snoopy!
Spinning Tops out of Legos!
In class the students had to make tops using at least five blocks. Some even made pretty ones! Joslyn made a fast one. Some people made ones that could spin for a long time. Josh said, “It is a funny way to experience life.”
A Real… Live… Mystery!
On the last day of Murder, Mayhem & Crime, Ms. Mac planned a mystery for the class! Snoopy got injured and they had to rush him to he hospital. Then detectives Isabella and Joslyn asked Snoopy questions but he could not answer because he’s a dog!
A note at the scene said: “I have lost the love of my life, I don’t want to live anymore. Good-bye cruel world!” It was forged! Ms. Mac hurt Snoopy!
The Last Week of Six!
For the last week the kids had a big party but first they had to write a story. The kids wrote about many things. After that the kids made ice cream sundaes with different types of ice cream and toppings. Then they went to Pawling Public Radio and read their last and final story for the year.
These reporters are all amazing. They should all join next year.
The end of Snoopy?
Recently at the Pawling Library Snoopy got injured and the kids had to solve the crime. They dusted for fingerprints. They found a note. The note said he had lost the love of his life and he could not go on. After some interviews with eyewitnesses, they found out that Ms. Susan did it.
Kids report the News
This was the last day of PFL News. Here kids write stories about programs. They celebrated the last day by making their own sundaes. This was also their last trip to Pawling Public Radio to report their news on the radio. Everyone is looking forward to next year!