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The boys’ Book Hooks program turned out really well. Seven guys attended, which is the most teenage guys we’ve ever had at a program. We discussed The Juvie Three by Gordon Korman. The discussion was really good, and you could tell everyone read the book because they were interested, rather than because they had to read it for school.
I set up a slide show for the discussion, and Mrs. Louise did a bunch of her awesome wall art. Everyone enjoyed it so much that we’ll probably continue to do it once every semester.
I got to go fishing with Corey down Bayou Barbary and the Amite River. It’s the first time I had been fishing in probably close to ten years. I pulled in five sac-a-lait and four bass. On the way back to the landing, the lower unit on Corey’s boat went out, so we trolled over a mile down Bayou Barbary in the dark. It was an interesting experience. I’m ready to go again. I think I could go fishing every weekend for the rest of my life.
I’m not even going to offer a description. Just watch.
This is the baseball display I set up in the library for spring. Thanks to Coach Jamie Gautreau of French Settlement High School, Coach Evan Balfantz of Maurepas High School, and Mrs. Virginia Robertson for letting me borrow your jerseys!
There’s at least one deer stand visible in the woods behind our library. I think we’re the only library in the country that has a deer stand in its backyard.