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Children/Teen Programs and Highlights
Tot Time & Teen Thursdays

Tot Time

Children ages 2-5 are invited to Tot Time at the library. This program is held at various times throughout the year. Activities include stories, fingerplays, music, and reading. The program meets from 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm on Tuesdays during June (Summer 2022). Please contact us at 765.942.2456 or if you are interested in registering your child for Tot Time.

Teen Thursdays

During Teen Thursdays we will delve more into the art and craft programs, tackling more challenging projects-some that will be completed the next week. Teen Thursdays are primarily for the 13 and up age group. We will meet at the library on Thursdays at 2pm. Class size will be limited. If there are empty spots for a program, an individual aged 11 or 12 may participate. Activities may include tie dye, mod podge, Cricut and other hands-on projects. Participation in this program will be worth 3 Brag Tags and 3 entries into the Program Attendance Prize Bags.

Summer Reading Program

Oceans of Possibilities: 

Our Summer Reading Program ended on June 30th. We had such a great turn out and hope our readers had fun too. Congrats to all of our readers on hitting their goals and making this the biggest submission of entries we’ve had yet. See our prize drawing winners below!


Participant #1 Emmett S.  (39 entries)

Participant #2 Jerusha S. (28 entries)

 Participant #3 Zachary B. (25 entries)

Reading Challenge #1 William B. (120 entries)

Reading Challenge #2 Matthew B. (88 entries)

Reading Challenge #3 Eowyn S. (133 entries)

Young Reader #1 Draven O. (27 entries)

Young Reader #2 Grant C. (42 entries)

Young Reader #3 Estel S. (29 entries)

Check back for more information on next summer!

big library read

Start a digital book club using Big Library Read

Global ebook Club
Big Library Read (BLR), facilitated by OverDrive, is a reading program through your library that connects readers around the world with the same ebook at the same time without any wait lists or holds.

Easy to Join
It’s a worldwide digital version of a local book club, the program is free through your local library or school library and all you need to get started reading is a library card or student ID.
Your local book club gone global
Download Libby and get ready to read! Simply borrow the free ebook from your library using your phone or tablet. If you are having trouble accessing your Libby or OverDrive account, please contact the library!

New Titles Coming January 2023!!


More Reading Opportunities

Check out these book lists for your age groups!

2022-23 Rosie Nominees

2022-23 Rosie Nominees

Adult Programs
Adult Book Discussion

The library holds an Adult Book Discussion from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month. In the fall of 2017, the group chose its official name, the Happy Bookers. Please contact us if you would like to learn more about our Adult Book Discussion. The Happy Bookers have met continuously for more than 18 years, with some original members still in attendance.

Adult Reading Challenge Submission Form

Interlibrary Loan

The Ladoga-Clark Township Public Library is a member of the Evergreen Indiana library system, a consortium of over 100 libraries. If you find that the library does not have an item that you would like to borrow, the library may be able to request the item from another library through interlibrary loan.

Future Happy Bookers Reads

Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

(Christian Fiction picked by Mary Lou)

Modoc by Ralph Helfer

(Animal theme picked by Janet)

Educated by Tara Westover

(One-word Title picked by Deb)

Hope on the Inside by Marie Bostwick

(Same Name Author picked by Janet Marie)

The Children’s Blizzard by Melanie Benjamin

(Historical Fiction picked by Marilyn)

Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock

(Christmas story picked by Barb)

We will also be hosting a Pitch-In Lunch for this month!

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