AnnBookworm - Fri, 10/02/2015 - 2:13pm
Meeting with favorable outcomes in school is a goal author/educator Todd Feltman sets for elementary and middle school students in his book "Student-Friendly Handbook to Navigating Success." Todd shared some of his strategies at Bank Street Book Store on Wednesday, September 30, explaining that the objective is to help students "own" their educational responsibilities. Copies of Todd's book, filled with worksheets, tips, techniques, and timelines are available by calling (212) 678-1654 or visiting www.bankstreetbooks.com.
AnnBookworm - Fri, 10/02/2015 - 11:23am
We love this great reminder:
AnnBookworm - Wed, 09/30/2015 - 12:05pm
When Bank Street Book Store learned about Camp Rhythmo, a new program for kids in the community, we knew we had met friends in kind. The Camp Rhythmo goal is to inspire young people to find self-confidence, health, and creativity through music, creative arts, and literacy. Co-directors Michael Bodnyk and Ciaran Grant reached out to introduce themselves to the book store recently and we found we were able to pass along reading materials and toys to help them reach the goals they have set. Below, Ciaran and Michael load books for the Camp Rhythmo location on Broadway between 104th and 105th Streets. For more information, visit www.camprhythmo.org.
AnnBookworm - Wed, 09/30/2015 - 10:47am
Don't pass by Bank Street Book Store's front window this week without noticing the titles on display that have "earned" banned-book status through the years. Though perhaps controversial in various ways, these books deserve to be read for deep understanding, reflection, and shared conversations. And what a conversation we had on September 29 when Kevin Pyle and Scott Cunningham, authors of "Bad for You: Exposing the War on Fun," appeared at Bank Street Book Store. Their slide show encouraged audience members to consider what is banned in literature -- and why. Below, Kevin and a young listener are captivated by an image that documents what the authors call "the campaign against fun."
AnnBookworm - Wed, 09/30/2015 - 12:11am
CC and Mallory, our resident rock stars for the toddler set, performed Tuesday, September 29 at Bank Street Book Store for an overflow crowd of music and book lovers. Their next appearances are Tuesday, October 13 and Tuesday, October 27 -- both concerts at 10:30 a.m. These events are free of charge, but reservations must be made by calling the book store at (212) 678-1654 the day before each event.
AnnBookworm - Mon, 09/28/2015 - 10:36pm
Young readers heard "Red Car, Red Bus" by Susan Steggall before daily morning story time on Monday at Bank Street Book Store. "Never too many books!" they seemed to say.
AnnBookworm - Sat, 09/26/2015 - 9:42pm
Young readers and their families who attended Bank Street Book Store's morning story hour on Saturday, September 26 had a special treat when author Fran Manushkin read her new book "Happy in Our Skin." Fran even took the time to sign copies of her book, a lovely ode to what makes us unique -- and holds us together.
AnnBookworm - Tue, 09/22/2015 - 6:23pm
Another fun afternoon concert took place at Bank Street Book Store thanks to musical maestro Danna Banana and the young audience members who welcomed Dan back after a summer hiatus.
AnnBookworm - Sun, 09/20/2015 - 8:02am
Neighbor, friend, and author Carolyn Mackler stopped by Bank Street Book Store to shop with her oldest son, but didn't mind signing copies of her new YA book "Infinite in Between." The book takes five students on a journey through high school during the best and worst of times as their stories play out month by month, year by year. Carolyn is pictured here with store manager Andy Laties. Pick up a signed copy of "Infinite in Between" today!
AnnBookworm - Tue, 09/15/2015 - 10:37pm
"The Marvels" by Brian Selznick (author/illustrator of "Wonderstruck" and "The Invention of Hugo Cabret") is now available at Bank Street Book Store. Treat yourself to a reading pleasure and a visual delight, two combined stories told in words and pictures to connect, transport, and dazzle readers young and old.