The Herald Bulletin

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Local Education

April 5, 2014

Library to host second Teen Read ‘n’ Feed Festival

ANDERSON — The Anderson Public Library, 111 E. 12th St., will host its second Teen Read ‘n’ Feed Festival on Saturday, April 12. Authors Barry Lyga, Kristin Levine, Saundra Mitchell and Brenda Maxfield will speak in the Cardinal Room during sessions from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to attend but must register online at www.andersonlibrary.net/events or by calling 641-2456. Copies of "I Hunt Killers" and "Archvillain" by Barry Lyga, "Lions of Little Rock" by Kristin Levine, and "The Vespertine" by Saundra Mitchell are being distributed at school visits and at the Information Services desk while supplies last.

Kids Ink Children’s Bookstore of Indianapolis will also be selling books at the festival. Lunch will be provided to teens thanks to a donation from Pizza Hut. The Read ‘n’ Feed Festival is also made possible by funding through a grant given to the Anderson Public Library by the Madison County Community Foundation and the Friends of Anderson Public Library.

For more information, call 641-2456 or visit www.andersonlibrary.net.

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