Event Type: All Ages|
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Prepare to possibly have your life changed when you check out a book from our Human Library!
This exciting event gives patrons the chance to reserve 20-minute conversations with people that have a unique life experience in an effort to open up communication, facilitate learning, and challenge preconceptions.
Meet with a Civil War Reenactor, a homeschooling parent, a cancer survivor, a scientist who has been on an actual dinosaur dig and lived with cheetahs, a parent of a young addict, and others!
Please use the link at the bottom of this article or call the library at 457-0310 to schedule appointments with all the human "books" you would like to "read". Books will be available also for walk-in readings dependent on availability.
Book Titles Available at Liverpool include:
How Attitude Helped Me Through the Fight for My Life (Surviving A Cancer Diagnosis)
Everything in the Pack On My Back: My Life as a Civil War Reenactor
Once Upon a Hindu: Living as a Hindu/Living as a Christian
Not My Son: A Father's Reckoning with His Child's Addiction
Homeschooling for Three
Holding Political Office
The Joy of Living with Herbs: Simple Ways to Add Herbs and Wonder to Your Life
Terra...The Terra-ble and Terra-fic Earth
Resident Tinsmith of the Statue of Liberty: History from the Inside
This program is part of a county-wide collaboration with events taking place at other libraries during the month of April.
Clink on the link to the Human Library page for information on other dates and topics at libraries around the county.
Contact: Diane Towlson
Contact Number: 457-0310 ext 112
Presenter: Cindy Hibbert
Link: Human Library Info and Registration