About the series
This monthly program is designed to engage youth in critical exploration of social justice topics through children’s literature. Topics include bullying, immigration, gender, race, and more. Guest community members share children’s stories, and lead an age-appropriate discussion on that month’s topic, followed by a craft or a special take-home craft.
Designed for ages 4 to 12. Families are welcome. Parents are required to stay with children during the program to help guide them through the discussion.
The Let’s Talk About series meets one Saturday every month from 11:00 am – Noon at one of six partnering libraries beginning January 2019. Visit your library’s webpage for a complete list of dates and topics.
Let’s Talk about BULLYING at Northville District Library
Saturday, September 14, 2019 > 11 am – 12 pm
Online registration begins September 3 (85 attendees)
This event is intended for kids ages 4 – 12, and families are welcome.
Let’s talk about BULLYING at the Northville District Library with award-winning children’s book author, Maria Dismondy. Maria will join us in person, leading a discussion with kids about bullying, sharing her inspiring picture book The Fruit Salad Friend, and kids will take home a fun craft project. This event is intended for kids ages 4 – 12, and families are welcome. Parents are required to stay with their children during the program to help guide them through these discussions. Online registration required.
2019 Calendar of Events
July 13: Civil Disobedience, Lyon Township Public Library
August 10: Immigration, Wixom Public Library
September 14: Bullying, Northville District Library
October 12: Gender, Lyon Township Public Library
November 9: War/The Military, Salem-South Lyon District Library
December 14: Adoption, Novi Public Library