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Books Not Meant to be Read: PhotoGrids

PhotoGrids Sidewalk Chalk

Byers Branch Library Recommends: In this video, Yolanda talks about an artist book by Sol LeWitt:

PHOTOGRIDS

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The Infinite Sea

The Infinite Sea: Second Book of 5th Wave Series

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Books Not Meant To Be Read: Bands of Color

Cover of Artist Book: Bands of Color by Sol LeWitt

Byers Branch Library Recommends: In this video, Yolanda explores Conceptual Art with a book by the artist Sol LeWitt:

Talking about Adultery

Adultery by Paulo Coelho

Byers Branch Library Recommends: In this video, Mary talks about the latest book by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho:

ADULTERY: A NOVEL

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Books Not Meant to Be Read: 100 Cubes

Sol Lewitt

Byers Branch Library Recommends: In this video, Yolanda reviews a book by Conceptual Artist Sol LeWitt:

100 CUBES

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Booktalking the Testing Trilogy

TESTING TRILOGY: Compass

Byers Branch Library Recommends: In this video, Mary reviews The Testing Trilogy by Joelle Charbonneau:

Part I: THE TESTING

Part II: INDEPENDENT STUDY

CONNECTING VECINOS

CONNECTING VECINOS

We at the Byers Branch Library invite you to come get to know the creative talent in our neighborhood!

CONNECTING VECINOS collaborates with people and resources from the communities that Byers Library serves to provide original programs such as art-workshops, dance performances, poetry readings, and other innovative projects.

MOVE FREELY BICYCLE EVENT

Neighborhood Bike Ride with Tall Bikes! (photo courtesy of Karen Seed)

On Saturday May 17, Byers Branch Library collaborated with 411 BIKE PIT! to present the MOVE FREELY BICYCLE EVENT. People of all ages and varying biking experience gathered on the lawn to learn about basic bicycle maintenance. 411 BIKE PIT! provided a zine titled "Move Freely" which served as a handy guide to the workshop.

ZINE 15: recap

ZINE 15: keep 5, trade 5, distribute 5 for other library customers

On Saturday, March 15, Byers Branch Library hosted the first ZINE 15 event, and it was AWESOME! We designed our very own zines, resulting in a fabulous array of drawing styles. Since we created no-staple zines, we were able to make several copies and fold them into booklets right away. After our hard work, we enjoyed reading each other's stories and trading zines.

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