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Pam, Standley Lake Library

An exclusive movie teaser was just released!  I liked it and I'm hoping for more trailers over the summer. The movie doesn't premiere until November 22nd. In the meantime, let us know what you think of the trailer. 

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Pam, Standley Lake Library

Date: April 27th

Time: 11 - 12:30 am

This monthly creative writing group gives teens the opportunity to think outside the box and have work critiqued in a friendly, open-minded atmosphere. The class will be led by author and blogger Shelby Yaffe, whose flash fiction piece "Three Things I Never Did After That Summer" was featured in Flash 101: Surviving the Fiction Apocalypse. The group will meet monthly on the fourth Saturday! Come whenever you can!

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Jessie, Columbine Library

What happens when you try to wring out a washcloth in space? Personally, I had never thought about it. Luckily for me, someone else did and now we have this cool video of an astronaut from the Canadian Space Agency testing exactly that:

Follow the Canadian Space Agency on YouTube for more awesome space experiments.

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Briana, Evergreen Library

Today is national Poem in Your Pocket Day! Sponsored by the Academy of American Poets, Poem in Your Pocket Day is a day for carrying around a poem you love and sharing it with others. You can also share your poem on Twitter by using the hashtag #pocketpoem.

If you need inspiration, you can download pocket-sized poems or browse for poems by title, author, or topic on the Academy of American Poets website.

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Chandra, Belmar Library

The W Line, which will run through parts of Jeffco, will begin regular service on April 26. If you haven't used Light Rail before, now's the time to learn about it! Student discounts are available.

The Library's going to help RTD celebrate the new line on Saturday, April 27. There will be events at all of the new stops and you can ride all of Light Rail for free all day! Visit your librarians at the Lakewood-Wadsworth station from 10 to 4.

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Amy, Edgewater Library

The final book in the Delirium trilogy is here!  Lena and Alex are two teens fighting the government that has outlawed love.  If you liked The Hunger Games trilogy check out this series!  Suspenseful and hard to put down-the series titles are Delirium, Pandemonium and Requiem

Delirium is going to be a TV movie with Emma Roberts soon.

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Jessie, Columbine Library

Tiger Eyes, based on the book by Judy Blume, will be coming to the big screen very soon. When Tiger Eyes begins, Davey's father has recently been killed in a holdup at a 7-Eleven store. Davey's mom drags her and her brother to New Mexico to move in with her aunt and uncle in an attempt to begin healing. Despite her anger and loneliness, Davey meets a boy named Wolf who ends up helping her recover. Willa Holland (from the CW's Arrow) will play Davey and it's supposed to be hitting theaters on June 7. No trailer yet, but according to the Facebook page for the movie, one should be available any day now.

 

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Chandra, Belmar Library

Soundtracks are an excellent way to discover music you wouldn't otherwise know about. Here are some recent additions to the library's soundtrack collection.

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Arra, Lakewood Library

"What's for dinner?" asks Archaea.  Rocket Fuel!  Some deep sea microbes thrive on perchlorate, a major ingredient in rocket fuel.  Scientists in Netherlands studying these microbes discovered their ability to consume perchlorate.  Among the most commonly seen and studied Archaea is Archaeoglobus fulgidus. It lives in ocean vents and hot springs all over the planet and breathes sulfer instead of oxygen.  Perchlorate is also a chemical found on Mars.   This unique diet may resemble creatures from the earliest times on earth.   

Want to know more?  Check out our online database Science in Context.

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Tana, Arvada Library

This month's Read It / See It at Arvada Library is based on Victor Hugo's 1865 novel, Les Misérables.  Long considered one of the greatest novels ever written, Les Misérables follows the life of ex-convict, Jean Valjean, who becomes a force for social justice and compassion in a France that is rife with extreme poverty and class disparities. 

The novel has been adapted to the stage and screen many times throughout the years, with one of the most famous being the 1980 stage adaption by Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boubel which ran from March 1987 to May 2003 with 6,680 performances!

We shall see the most recent adaption starring Hugh Jackman, Russel Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Anne Hathaway.  Please join us! 

Saturday, April 13 @ 1:00pm

Tweens, Teens and their Grown-ups Welcome!

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