READiculous brings the library to your school and makes books come alive. We’ll storyact a READiculous amount of books, showing kids how READiculously fun reading books aloud and together can be! READiculous encourages kids to grab their grownup and visit the library, as well as get a library card of their own. We present a 45 minute program geared toward K through 6th graders. And here is something else that is READiculous! Our program is absolutely FREE to Decatur schools! Schedule a READiculous visit by calling 424-2900 ext. 5 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Not a Decatur school, library or group? You can contact us at reallyREADiculous@live.com for availability!
READiculous, JR is a reader’s theater/creative dramatics program led by READiculous’ Susan Bishop and Alissa Henkel. READiculous, JR promotes self-expression, critical thinking, creativity and team work through exercises. The program includes theater games, improvisation exercises, characterization techniques, literary interpretation and more! READiculous, JR is for 9-14 year olds with a Decatur Public Library card. Our first class is completed. We hope to offer more READiculous, JR. classes this summer! If you would be interested, make it known at the Children’s Department of the Decatur Public Library or email email@example.com or call the Children’s Department at 217-424-2900 Ext. 5.
We have been to several locations this 2012/13 school year including Holy Family, Meridian Primary in Macon, Meridian Intermediate in Blue Mound, Dennis, Parsons (TWICE), South Shores, Oak Grove (TWICE), Harris, Decatur Christian School (TWICE), St. Patrick, Stevenson, Baum, Muffley, Garfield, Schneider Elementary in Farmer City, Zion Lutheran in Mt. Pulaski, and Mt. Pulaski Grade School! Not to mention we put on a few shows at Decatur Public Library for our Board, Millikin and more importantly for our patrons! We are already booking for the 2013/14 school year. Thank you Holy Family and Stevenson for booking early!
Our Third Show is OUT! Because we design our shows to coincide with the Summer Reading Program, our books this year focus on traveling. The exciting news is that we are performing our first chapter book… How to Train Your Dragon! Book now, before our schedule gets full!
READiculous at the 2012 Decatur Celebration
READiculous at the Decatur Public Library 2011 Winter Break
Green Eggs and Ham
Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude
You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You
My Lucky Day
We Are in a Book
Herald & Review articles:
Library’s READiculous show encourages youngsters to pickup a book 08/23/2012
Decatur library show is ‘READiculous’ 12/31/2011