Fun in The Hodari and Media Center


Pizza & Pages

 

Pizza And PagesJoin Librarian Lauren Marcus Johnson and 2nd Grade Teacher Anita Hack in the Hodari Family Children’s Library for stories, crafts, games, and fun! All 1st-3rd Grade booklovers are invited to participate. If you love pizza, books, and spending time in the Library then you’ll love this program!

Pizza and Pages will meet after Sunday School, from 12 - 2 PM in the Hodari Family Children’s Library

October 15 • November 19 • December 10 • January 21 • February 11 • March 11

A pizza lunch will be served ($5/person payable at the meeting). Students do not need to attend all of the meetings to participate. Reservations are required. Contact Lauren Marcus Johnson at [email protected] or 248-661-5700.

Pizza and pages is supported by the Newman Family Fund for Library Programs & Resources.


iRead 2017-2018 Resources

Participating in the Tyner Religious School/Hodari Family Children’s Library Reading Programs is a great way to enrich family life while reading Jewish books with your children. In coordination with the iConnect weekly themes, take the iRead Challenge! 1st-3rd graders can read Jewish books from their own home library and/or books from the Hodari Family Children’s Library. Children can read the books with an adult (parent, grandparent, or other book lover) and return the forms to their teacher by April 22, 2018. All forms are available in the Hodari Family Children’s Library, from your Religious School teacher or by printing the link below.

If you have any questions about the Religious School reading programs, contact your teacher or Lauren Marcus Johnson at [email protected] or 248-661-5700. Happy Reading!

1st Grade Parent Ltr 2017-18

1st Grade Star Form 2017-18

2nd Grade Parent Letter 2017-18

2nd Grade Sefer Report 2017-18

3rd Grade BINGO BONANZA slips

3rd Grade Bingo card 2017-18

3rd Grade Parent Ltr 2017-18

Sunday Parent Letter 2017


Adult Summer Book Clubs

Tuesdays • 6:30 pm

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