Eva is currently reading Testament of Youth: A War Memoir by Vera Brittain. First published in 1933, this is the first part of Brittain’s memoir, covering her life from 1900-1925.
The memoir sheds light on World War I’s impact on women and England’s middle class.
Last minute! This is due by midnight on March 1st!
“The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a 7-week computer science course that embeds classrooms in technology companies and universities. Students learn the fundamentals of computer science – from robotics to how to build a webpage – while gaining exposure to the tech industry and mentorship from women working in technology.
Key programmatic components of the Girls Who Code Immersion Program include:
Skills – Seven weeks of intensive instruction in computer science, robotics, algorithms, web design, and mobile development
Exposure – Speakers, demos, workshops, and presentations from female engineers and entrepreneurs; field trips to technology companies, startups, academic institutions and more
Mentorship – Top female executives, entrepreneurs and engineers provide career and academic mentorship”
Dear Friends and Patrons,
We have extended our matching gift fund drive!
There is still $200 in matching funds available. This means that your gift to the Library is worth twice as much!
We will use these funds to set up and stock a new special section on job skills. This section will include up to date books on communication skills, writing resumes, preparing for interviews, studying for the SATs, college applications, and more.
We are experiencing a greater need for these books every year, and you can be a part of bringing them to our community.
Please help us to get the most out of this gift. Your support will be recognized with a placard on our new shelf.
Thank you for your continuing support of this community,
Madison County Library
Gary is reading Joy in the Morning, a novel by P.G. Wodehouse. First published in the US in 1946, this story returns to characters Bertie and Jeeves the butler. Full of humor and light adventure, this is a great, fast read.
Our copy at the Madison Library is an audiobook, call # CDB WOD.