Tween Book Club

This book club is for Tweens age 10 to 13. We will meet to discuss a variety of books of different types and genres--looking at the author's writing, the characters, relationships, situations, style of writing, etc. Please sign up at the Pleasant Hill Library if you are interested.

Bass County (Bates/Cass) 4-H Western Heritage Intro

The Bass County 4-H Western Heritage leaders and current participants (kids) will present an introduction to the project including the 3 different components. Each participant creates an alias and dresses to portray that alias; they learn history from the time period from 1860 to 1900; and, of course, there are opportunities to shoot based on age and experience. We will have a video presentation to help highlight the skill of these youngsters. The 4-H project is open to children ages 9 and older--join us to get more information or just a bit of entertainment for the evening!

Tweens Cuisine

This program will be weekly for 8 weeks for kids 9 to 12. Ms. Rhonda Kasper will be working with the kids to teach food and kitchen safety as well as create some dynamic cuisine.
Limited to the first 8 children to sign up.
Contact the library at 816-987-2231 to sign up!

Tween Book Club & Author Visit

Local Author, Christine Gilbert, will be at the Pleasant Hill Branch to introduce her Super Grandma and Super Grandpa Books to our tween readers. This program is for children (ages 8 to 13) and their parents to learn about this author and her series of books "The Unknown Superheroes". Each book tells a story and teaches kids about dealing with various life issues. Please join us for this interesting presentation.

Mother/Daughter Book Club

Our Mother/Daughter book club is for girls ages 10-14 and their mom (or other special adult female). Come enjoy discussions of amazing novels while enjoying the friendship of other girls and their moms. We meet the 4th Thursday of every month at 6:30pm.

January 25, 6:30pm - Pennyroyal Academy by M.A. Larson
February 22, 6:30pm - Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink