Tag: writing

  • Enter the MoComCon 2023 Art & Essay Contest!

    Enter the MoComCon 2023 Art & Essay Contest!

    MoComCon Returns to MCPL This January! MoComCon is back Saturday, January 14, 2023, at Germantown Library! MoComCon 2023 Art and Essay contests also return as part of our celebration of all things comics, graphic novels, and fandoms! Both contests open November 1st and close at 5 PM Wednesday, December 14, 2022. What is the MoComCon Art Contest?  Combine your love of art and fandoms […]

  • MoComCon 2022 Essay Contest Winners

    MoComCon 2022 Essay Contest Winners

    First Place Chess: My Life Changing Game, by Joseph Mathew In my early years of education, especially in the first three years of elementary school, I was always reprimanded for my bad behavior in the form of a color-coded behavior chart. Every time I made silly mistakes the teacher would move my name on the […]

  • April Events for Teens at Montgomery County Public Libraries.

    April Events for Teens at Montgomery County Public Libraries.

    Whether writing, reading, arts, crafts, or coding, April is full of events for teens at MCPL! Check out the descriptions, dates and times below, and join us at the event links! Bookmark our events calendar for a daily schedule of programs for everyone! Spring Vision Board, 4/13, 5pm 4/13, 5pmA vision board is a creative […]

  • MoComCon 2021 Art & Essay Contest Winners

    MoComCon 2021 Art & Essay Contest Winners

    January’s virtual MoComCon 2021 drew over 1,000 attendees to our virtual celebration of all things comics, graphic novels. and fandoms. We’re proud to announce the winners of this year’s art and essay contests. Thank you to all who entered and participated, helping to make this year’s MoComConline a success! Art Contest Winners Children Winners Honorable […]

  • Librarian’s Choice – Friendship in a Time of Tragedy

    Librarian’s Choice – Friendship in a Time of Tragedy

    By Lisa Navidi, Davis Library Every year the Maryland Humanities Commission, through The One Maryland One Book program chooses a book that promotes discussion in the community and sponsors book discussions throughout Maryland. For 2020 they chose The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See, one of the most memorable books I have read this […]

  • Middle School Homework Resources

    Middle School Homework Resources

    Need to do research for homework? Check out these MCPL e-resources! These are authoritative resources- the library pays for them, so they’re free to you with your library card. Don’t have a library card? Get one here. World Book Online (K–12) Research, Science, History Ben’s Guide Civics, Election Information,& U.S. Government documents Explora Secondary School […]