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That's right - free delicious brownies for book loving teens! Write reviews of your favorite books (or movies or music) for our teen reviews page. Or warn other teens about things that weren't any good. Bring reviews already written or take turns recording a review to be transcribed later. For each review you do you get a free brownie.
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Will Smith stars in this moving and exciting story about the struggles of one human and his dog surviving in a world of predatory monsters. Based on Richard Matheson’s classic horror story, the movie is an intriguing look at loneliness, resourcefulness, and the collapse of human civilization.
Author, Kate Schatz and illustrator, Miriam Klein Stahl of Rad Women Worldwide, are here to discuss their new book: Rad Girls Can.
Mrs. Dalloway's Bookstore will be here with copies of the books to purchase and have signed!
Read the book and join us at the Claremont Branch for a screening of the movie it inspired! Space is limited, so make your reservation on Eventbrite soon. For more information, contact Michael at (510) 981-6280. Ages 9 -11 only.
What to read:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone written by J.K. Rowling
What we will watch:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone directed by Chris Columbus
Berkeley Stories is a quarterly speaker series featuring the extraordinary ordinary people all around us. These are the people that make Berkeley the unique place it is and who have touched our lives in so many ways!
Best known for Woodstock, Wavy Gravy is a Berkeley icon, flower geezer, poet, activist, retired ice cream flavor, philanthropist, and clown.
Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, have been called the #1 Public Health issue of our current time. ACEs refer to childhood traumatic experiences that impact our life-long health outcomes.