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PulliCon Logo Contest

Do you have a flare for creative design?  Love to draw and want to show off your geeky side? Then grab your pencils, brushes, or computer and start creating! 

Caped Girl

This November the Puyallup Public Library will once again celebrate comic books, reading, and geekiness during the second Puyallup Mini Comic Con.  But we're making some changes!  Our convention will now be called PulliComic Con, or PulliCon for short. We’re asking for your help to make this an awesome event - this year, the Library will be holding a logo design contest for our newly-named comic book convention. Do you have what it takes to create our new logo?

Click here for a complete description of the contest rules and guidelines.


Free Comic Book Day - May 3rd

FCBD14rectangle_2014Are you ready for Free Comic Book Day? As the name implies, this is a day when comic book stores and libraries around the world give away comics to people of all ages. At the Puyallup Public Library, we’ll be giving out comics at the front of the library, from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm. Treat your inner comic book guy toseries like DC’s The New 52, Adventure Time, Hellboy, Avatar: The Last Airbender or Hello Kitty, just to name a few of the titles we’ll have available. Supplies are limited, so visit us early for the best selection.

This year, we’re celebrating the art of cosplay. Cosplay, short for costume play, is the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game. If you’ve ever been to a convention like Emerald City Comic Con, SakuraCon, or PAX, then you’ve probably seen cosplayers! Throughout Free Comic Book Day, we will hold several programs talking about and celebrating cosplay, including showing cosplay documentary, holding an information panel, and hosting a cosplay dance in the evening. 

Click here for more information!


  • PPL Teen Group

    Kate green readDoes the Library do stuff for teens?  What?  Of course we do stuff for teens!  Most Wednesdays, from 3:00 - 5:00, we have programs to delight the curious, tempt the shy, and intrigue the unusual.  Watch anime, share a great book, enjoy a movie, write something hilarious, or create a craft!


    Teen Group is free and doesn't require registration (most of the time!), and any teens ages 13 - 19 are welcome to stop by and see what's going on!  Check our our PPL Teen Group page to see what's happening this month!

     Young Adult Librarian Bonnie S will be happy to answer any questions you have about PPL Teen Group and other teen-related activities!  Just send her an e-mail or call her at 253.841.5454!
  • PPL Teen Blog

    Bonnie in JailBook reviews, programs just for teens, weird websites, and teen librarian thoughts... that's what this blog covers!  Young Adult Librarian Bonnie does her best to bring you interesting information, no matter what!  Check back or subscribe for weekly updates.
  • Booklists

    Sometimes finding the right book for you is a bit of a pain - there's gotta be something good out there, but where to find it? And once you've found an author or series that you love and can't live without, how do you find out when the next book is coming? These booklists are here to help inspire you or to just point you in the *hopefully* right direction!

    Click here to see our booklists
  • What's Bonnie reading?

    Check out some of the books your friendly neighborhood librarian has been reading and reviewing on GoodReads!

       
    Bonnie's young-adult book recommendations, reviews, favorite quotes, book clubs, book trivia, book lists

    Pathetic human race.  Arranging their knowledge by category just made it easier to absorb.  Dewey, you fool! Your decimal system has played right into my hands!

    - Chief Giant Brain, The Day the Earth Stood Stupid