About the OPLbery Club
The OPLbery Club is an annual mock Newbery club at the Ossining Public Library that began in 2010. The club members read and evaluate newly published books written by authors living in the United States. The club meets monthly through January, when they award the OPLbery Medal to the year’s most distinguished book. The club is open to children who are in 4th grade and up ONLY.
How can I join the OPLbery Club?
If you are interested in joining, call the Children’s Room to make an appointment to speak to Debbie or Tricia. Our phone number is 914-941-2416, extension 337 or 338.
How often does the OPLbery Club meet?
We meet once a month. Check back with us in March for a schedule for 2020.
How many books will I have to read?
You are expected to read at least two books a month.
Where does the OPLbery Club meet?
We meet in the Children’s Program Room.
Do I have to come to all the meetings?
We encourage you to come to all the meetings. The book discussions are fun, and they are important for making a decision at the end of the year.
Do I have to sign up in advance?
Yes. You must speak to either Debbie or Tricia in person before you can participate.
What books should I read?
Tricia and Debbie will provide lists of books for you to choose from.
How old do I have to be to join the OPLbery Club?
You must be in 4th grade and up to join.