“Houdini’s Birthday” program, which emphasizes the genre of biographies available at your library through the act of telling about magician Harry Houdini,
“Luck o’ the Irish: St. Patrick’s Day” program, which reveals how we all have a little bit of the luck of the Irish in us,
“Swashbuckling Pirates” program (perfect for September’s “Talk Like a Pirate Day”) in which we make pirates out of all the children, shiver some timbers and buckle some swashes,
“Every Hero Has a Story” program where your attendees will see how they can touch their dreams,
“Hispanic Heritage Month” program intended to recognize the richness of this culture,
“The Family that Learns Together” program intended to promote the core family unit and prevent child abuse (Mark just completed a tour of New Jersey malls with this show, sponsored by Prevention of Child Abuse New Jersey).
“Halloween Spook-tacular” program intended to feature ghoulishness of the season.
“Holiday Extravaganza” program intended to recognize the joys of the season.
“It IS Easy Being Green” program intended to highlight the ways kids can help the environment.
“Mysteries of the Library” program, which talks about the library being the most magical place on Earth.