Sewickley Township Public Library

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In 1816, legendary poet Lord Byron invited a group of friends to a home in Geneva
and challenged them all to write a ghost story.
It was there that Mary Shelley conceived the idea for Frankenstein,
the story of a scientist who brings life to a likeness of man with disastrous consequences.
Completed when she was still only 19 years old, the novel, which was first
published anonymously, has never since gone out of print.

2018 marks the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein’s publication,
so to celebrate we’ve collected fiction, nonfiction, and multimedia resources that
explore the incredible world of Mary Shelley and her novel.

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Letters to Santa
November 23 – December 22, 2018
Stop by the Library during regular library hours to mail your letter to Santa in our North Pole Mailbox!

Attention Teens & Tweens!
All through the month of December, pick up a complimentary Take & Make Craft Kit Bag!



Breakfast with Mrs. CLaus
Saturday, December 15, 2018, 10:00 AM

Join us for breakfast with Mrs. Claus!

Santa is really busy this time of year,
but Mrs. Claus will be stopping by for stories, crafts & Christmas cheer!

Space is limited and registration is required for this free event.
TO REGISTER, please email or call 724.4467.9940.

Story Time & More!
Join us Wednesdays at 1PM for Story Time & More!

Yes, we have stories, of course we do!
The more books, the better!
But we also have experiments, songs, crafts, special presenters & more!
Something new every week.

No registration necessary. ALL ages welcome! Stop by!!

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