Have an adventure with Pikes Peak Library District this summer! Kids and teens (ages 0 - 18) can win prizes through reading and activities, and we will be hosting many free, fun events. You can track your progress online or with game cards available at all PPLD locations.
The adventure runs June 1 - July 31.
Registration begins June 1, but you can set up your Beanstack account now at ppld.beanstack.org.
Discover fun ideas to help your child get ready for kindergarten! Visit stations based on six early literacy skills: Read, Write, Talk, Sing, Play and Count.
Find out more about these free events by visiting: ppld.org/kinderspark
PPLD's Human Library will take place again on September 16, 2017 at Library 21c. Readers will have the opportunity to have a 20 minute conversation with their book selections.
The Human Library is a concept created by the Danish youth organization Stop The Violence in 2000. It is now operational on five continents. A library of human beings, the Human Library is a collection of people from all walks of life. Individuals serve as human ‘books’ and participants can ‘read’ the book by engaging in a conversation with the book on loan. The Human Library aims to establish a safe conversational space where difficult questions are expected, appreciated, and hopefully answered.