Teen Author Caroline Jones To Appear M. S. Kirby Library

Seventeen year old Caroline Jones loves books and reading. As a matter of fact she loves reading so much that she recently wrote, illustrated, and published a children’s book, “One More Book Please” to encourage young children to share in her passion. Caroline plans to donate proceeds from her book to provide books and educational materials for young children through charitable organizations and to bring awareness to the importance of childhood literacy.

She will be reading her newly published book at the Marian Sutherland. Kirby Library in Mountaintop on Tuesday, September 17 at 6:00 pm for children ages 2-6. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and will be signed by Caroline.

Parents are encouraged to attend and hear about Caroline’s Read to Succeed! project that she created to promote the importance of childhood literacy. As part of this project, she organized over 5,000 books and delivered them to children and parents at numerous community-based agencies and developed several presentations and book distributions.

In keeping with the evening’s theme, Miss Michelle, Youth Services Library Assistant, will do her part to promote the love of books to the children by reading additional stories followed by a craft.

Caroline is a rising Senior and Honors Student at Holy Redeemer High School. She is president of the M. S. Kirby Library Teen Advisory Group and loves being a part of the Kirby Library. She is also an Ambassador Girl Scout, graduate of Jr. Leadership Wilkes-Barre and HOBY, volunteers as a Candy Striper, and enjoys public speaking and performing piano and guitar. Caroline is involved in a number of activities at St. Jude Church and is a member of Holy Redeemer’s National Honor Society, Chorus, Theatre, and many club activities. She is the daughter of Janet and Bill Jones in Mountaintop.

Registration is required and may be done by visiting the library at 35 Kirby Ave., or by calling 570-474-9313.