a Japanese poetic form that consists of three lines
Send us your haiku!
The Friends of the Long Beach Public Library newsletter editor welcomes occasional submissions of original book/library/reading-related haiku. We're now accepting entries for the Fall 2023 newsletter.
Share your creative side with us and the rest of the Long Beach community, send your original haiku to [email protected] for possible publication on our website and in our newsletter!
For further reading on this ancient and beautiful Japanese poetic form visit: www.thehaikufoundation.org
Spring 2023 haiku
by Carrie Wujek
now…choose your book
by Terra Macdonald
on the pages
and between them
by Tammy Mader
Save the Date!
Sunday, March 10, 2024, at 2pm, The Friends of the Library presents author Shelby Van Pelt for a discussion and book signing.
New African American Resource Area in the Burnett Neighborhood Library!
Congratulations to our Essay Contest Winners!
Prizes were awarded in three categories to five age groups:
1st Prize - $100 Barnes & Noble gift card
2nd Prize - $75 Barnes & Noble gift card
3rd Prize - $50 Barnes & Noble gift card
Awards were presented on Saturday, August 26, at a ceremony at Mark Twain Neighborhood Library.
Congratulations to all!