Celebrate Free Comic Book Day with Hoopla Graphic Novels for Kids
Picture this: you’re scrolling Facebook on your device and suddenly you see a news story pop up with a headline that catches your eye. The channel isn’t local to you, and you know you’ve never seen that page before. It’s possible that above the news story, Facebook has let you know that a former coworker has commented on the news story, and then Facebook shows you the comment your coworker left.
You scroll by, but you read the headline, and maybe even a little blurb and your coworker’s comment.
You scroll past a meme about alcohol consumption during social distancing. You scroll past a meme about homeschooling kids. You scroll past a scathing political meme.
10 Movies Available on Hoopla- The Final Chapter
The Endless Summer- 1965- Classic documentary about surfers scouring the world for the perfect wave.
10 Movies available on Hoopla III: The Domination
Rabid- 2019- The gruesome horror thriller remake of David Cronenberg's horror classic about a vampire virus during Christmas from the Soska Sisters. (Cronenberg’s 1977 original is also available.)
Joe Lansdale- With his distinctive East Texan knack for storytelling, once you start a Lansdale book you suddenly realize you forgot to pick the kids up from school because you lost track of time, so engrossed in the story Joe is telling. For decades Lansdale has been producing some of the finest fiction, writing in the mystery, crime, horror, science-fiction and western genres, and always with a wicked sense of humor. His stories have been adapted into comics, TV and films. His work served as the basis for the Hap and Leonard series (2016 – 2018) as well as the films Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) and Cold in July (2014).
10 Movies Available on Hoopla Part 2: Electric Boogaloo
By Robert Freese
More wild, weird films available on Hoopla. (Now with 100% more links!)
1. Silent Running- 1972- Bruce Dern is a space botanist willing to do whatever it takes to save his space forests with his three robot helpers, Heuy, Louie & Dewey. Amazing special effects and a folksy main theme by Joan Baez. Directed by Douglas Trumbull.
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Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with these books for kids
Spend quality time with your family watching one of these great films. All you need is your library card!