Tag Archives: Northeast Branch

Meet An Engineer: UW Engineering Ambassadors @ Northeast Branch

uw engineering

Wednesday, May 6 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Northeast Branch

Now’s your chance to get a more in-depth look at what the UW Engineering Ambassadors are all about!

The UW Engineering Ambassadors are returning to the Northeast Branch with their full-length presentation. They’ll have information on different careers and programs in engineering and demonstrate how they are using their new skills with an interactive activity.






Jessica’s Fave – Loose Woman – Cisneros

Loose Woman by Sandra Cisneros

Poetry love – Northeast style!

poet tree net


Northeast Library!  Check it out!  🙂

Chess Club at Northeast – Join us!

chessCome play a game of chess!  

Thursday, Feb. 12, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
(every 2nd Thursday of the month!)

Children, teens and adults – people of all ages are invited to drop by for fun and casual games of chess. Chess puzzles and basic chess instruction also available.

All skill levels are welcome.   Chess sets and guidance by an adult chess coach will be available.

Check out all the chess-related materials the library has to offer!

For more information call Northeast @ 206-684-7539 or Ask a Librarian.

Northeast Pics ‘n Poetry – Pumpkins

picture by Formosa, Northeast Teen Adviser

Bringing pumpkins home

Marks beginning of autumn

Tossing them, the end.

–Iris, Northeast Teen Adviser


Eckstein…are you ready for summer?!?!

Eckstein MSSchool Shout Out to Eckstein Middle School!

Thanks for being such a great audience today.   Do you want to read one of the books I brought to your school?  Click here to see the entire list.   Click here to see a prezi for more info. The summer program starts June 23.  Come to the library to pick up your free book and participate in a summer of great activities! These are the events happening at Northeast:

  • Summer Teen Advisers – Last Wednesdays of the month, 3 – 4:30

(June 25, July 23, August 27)

  • Teen Re-Creation Drop-In – Every Thursday, July 10- Aug 21, 3 – 5
  • Arduino Adventures: Technology, Art or Both? – Thursday, July 24, 3 – 4:30
  • Digital Fabrication Showcase – Thursday, July 31, 3 – 4:30

Check out our Teens webpage for current programs and activities. Want to write for this blog? Send us an e-mail and we’ll let you know how!  Remember to check out our tumblr page to see what Seattle teens create this summer. Continue reading

Teen Review: P.G. Wodehouse

Mike and PsmithTitle & Author:  Mike and Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse
Summary:  Mike and Psmith tells the story of two boys, who, resentful of being kicked out of their beloved old boarding schools meet one another at their new school and form an unlikely alliance as hijinks and antics ensue.

Interesting Fact: Cricket can be very funny.  😉
I started reading it b/c… my mom recommended it.

I kept reading b/c… it was incredibly humorous. Many of the short stories had me in stiches, and continue to stay funny every time I read it.

The main character would be voted Most Likely To Be:  An English Lord.
Six Word Review:  Boys become friends rebelling at school.
This book reminded me of… nothing besides other P.G. Wodehouse books. Wodehouse is in a class of his own (as shown by his knighthood by the queen) and I highly recommend his books.

Roxanne, Northeast Teen Adviser