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  • 1. From Zombies to Steampunk (& More)Steven S. Moser Rikki UnterbrinkLima Public Library Bluffton Public Librarymosers@limalibrary.com unterbrink@blufftonpubliclibrary.orgwww.facebook.com/LPLTeens www.blufftonpubliclibrary.org
  • 2. Natural Disasters
  • 3. Programming Ideas:• Worst Case Scenario Game Night• First Aid classes by the Red Cross• Survival obstacle course• Volcano building/science experiments• Cardboard maze-building• Book discussion group – What would you buy in the grocery store to prepare for one of these disasters if you had $200 and not much time?
  • 4. Trapped!
  • 5. Programming Ideas:• Survival supplies scavenger hunt• Create your own living space in the Library• Cooking program (using found supplies)• Rationing your supplies (Community group???)• Create your own games/entertainment• Write your own “Trapped in the library” story/choose your own adventure
  • 6. Contagions & Disease
  • 7. Programming Ideas:• ???• Create your own book trailers• Create a newscast (reports from inside and outside the outbreak)• Create your own newspaper (place around the library to promote the book)
  • 8. Zombies & The Dead
  • 9. Programming Ideas:• Zombie Awareness Day (May)• Zombie Feud (Email Rikki for the questions)• Book Discussion – Zombies vs. Unicorns by Holly Black & Justine Larbalestier • Zombie & Unicorn eats – Unicorn cupcakes, zombie face nachos, green ooze punch, gummy blood• Zombie Apocalypse • Bounty hunters “scanned” participants for infection and doled out “weapons” and eyeballs for zombie putt-putt golf, target shoot, makeup station, severed hand toss • Jell-O brains (just fun to cut up)• HvZ (Humans vs. Zombies) • www.humansvszombies.org
  • 10. Programming Ideas:• Zombie Awareness Day (May)• Zombie Feud (Email Rikki for the questions)
  • 11. Programming Ideas:• Book Discussion – Zombies vs. Unicorns by Holly Black & Justine Larbalestier • Zombie & Unicorn eats – Unicorn cupcakes, zombie face nachos, green ooze punch, gummy blood
  • 12. Programming Ideas:• Zombie Apocalypse • Bounty hunters “scanned” participants for infection and doled out “weapons” and eyeballs for zombie putt-putt golf, target shoot, makeup station, severed hand toss • Jell-O brains (just fun to cut up)
  • 13. Programming Ideas:• Zombie Apocalypse • Jell-O brains (just fun to cut up)
  • 14. Programming Ideas:• HvZ (Humans vs. Zombies) • www.humansvszombies.org
  • 15. And FAIRY Tales
  • 16. Programming Ideas:• Disfigured makeup lessons• Perform a readers’ theater or puppet show of the original fairy tale story• Project Runway – Cinderella’s dress or other costumes• Movie Night – Beastly, Snow White & the Huntsman, Mirror Mirror, Enchanted, Penelope, Ever After, Stardust, Princess Bride, TV Series Once Upon a Time, TV series Grimm• Paper folding crafts (Princess Bride)• Speed Book Dating
  • 17. Full Steam Ahead! (Pun Intended)
  • 18. Steampunk: What is it?Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction, alternate history, and speculativefiction that came into prominence during the 1980s and early 1990s.[1]Specifically, steampunk involves an era or world where steam power is stillwidely used—usually the 19th century and often Victorian era Britain—thatincorporates prominent elements of either science fiction or fantasy. Works ofsteampunk often feature anachronistic technology or futuristic innovations asVictorians may have envisioned them; in other words, based on a Victorianperspective on fashion, culture, architectural style, art, etc. This technology mayinclude such fictional machines as those found in the works of H. G. Wells andJules Verne or real technologies like the computer but developed earlier in analternate history.-Wikipedia
  • 19. Programming Ideas:• Steampunk Awareness Day• Book Discussion• Steampunk Weapons presentation• Book displays• Steampunk snacks • Darwinist Delites, Rivets and Screws, Clanker Cookies, Absinthe Punch• YouTube Videos • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0reCimzqLfQ • Steampunk Book Trailers • Panic! At the Disco’s Steampunk music video (Ballad of Mona Lisa)• Steampunk Costumes (& Photo Shoot)• Movies • Steamboy (2004 Anime), Golden Compass, Hugo, Sherlock Holmes
  • 20. Programming Ideas:• Steampunk Awareness Day• Book Discussion• Steampunk Weapons presentation
  • 21. Programming Ideas:• Book displays
  • 22. Programming Ideas:• Steampunk snacks
  • 23. Programming Ideas:• Steampunk Costumes
  • 24. And other honorable mentions
  • 25. Programming Ideas:• Stargazing, astronomy programs• Make your own alien (Disguise it as your teacher)• Mermaid cookbook (snacks for a program or do as a cooking program)• Mermaid spa• Dr. Who program (Like Comic Con)• Star Wars Reads Day (Or any other Star Wars program)
  • 26. Steven S. Moser Rikki UnterbrinkLima Public Library Bluffton Public Librarymosers@limalibrary.com unterbrink@blufftonpubliclibrary.orgwww.facebook.com/LPLTeens www.blufftonpubliclibrary.org Or titles you would like to share?