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  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 4:30-6:00 PM
August Book Club: Meet Author Walter Dean Myers
  This month's Book Club in the Barbara K. Lipman Children's History Library features Harlem Summer by Walter Dean Myers, a beloved children's and young adult author who grew up in Harlem, and a winner of two Newberry Honors, five Coretta Scott King Awards, and the Michael J. Printz Award.

Mr. Myers will answer your questions, read an excerpt from the book and hang out with the book club as they see related artifacts from the New-York Historical Society collection. So start reading and thinking of what you want to ask the author! E-mail for more information. Ages 9 and up.

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Reading Into History — Monthly Book Club
  Reading into History is our new monthly book club for kids 9-12. Once a month we will suggest a book for our club members. As we are reading we will share with our club members some of our thoughts and questions about the book, but the truth is we really want to know what you think! Everyone will have three to four weeks to read the book and post their thoughts and questions on our Young Historians blog. Then DiMenna Children's History Museum will host a “book wrap” event with authors, snacks, and a look at some excellent documents and artifacts that relate to the book we have just read. So get excited and get reading!

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Join as Family Members & Receive Great Benefits
  Become a family member and join us for special members-only programming and many more perks. Join online today!
  • Free unlimited admission for two adults (same residence) and children under 18
  • Invitations to members-only events
  • Discounted tickets on public programs
  • Complimentary ticket to one Family Program of your choosing
  • 10 percent discount at the Museum Store and Caffè Storico
  • Opportunity to host a birthday party in the DiMenna Children's History Museum
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TADA! Youth Theater presents Theater On Their Scale (T.O.T.S.)
  For the youngest of thespians, this unique program develops language and coordination through musical movement. T.O.T.S. incorporates song and story using cooperative play, sign language, and creative exploration — a perfect blend for toddlers and their caregivers!

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