Celebrate Screen-Free Week Part 1

To celebrate Screen-Free Week (April 28-May 5) we will have activities every weekday afternoon from 3:30-5:00 pm. All ages are welcome, stop in and unplug with us. And check out these great books that will inspire you to unplug!

Before she created Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins wrote this zany little picture book. When the power goes out and Charlie can’t play his video games, he loses control. Only imagination can temper this tantrum.

When Charlie McButton Lost Power by Suzanne Collins; Putnam; $5.99

Doug the Robot learns a lot by downloading, but only when he unplugs does he discover the vibrancy of life. As Doug explores the city he also learns how to use his knowledge to help a new-found friend.

Doug Unplugged by Dan Yaccarino; Knopf; $16.99

In this cute picture book Lydia discovers there is a whole world waiting for her, away from all of the electronic devices that distract the other members of her family. The simple text in this book make it great for younger audiences.

Hello! Hello! By Matthew Cordell; Hyperion; $16.99



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