Moises Moreno

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Reading Interests: 
Philosophy, History, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction
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Saxon Saga

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Child on computer
Learn about computer science, programming, and how to start-up your own software/app business and build entrepreneurial & coding skills.Read more...
Families have always looked to the library for new books and new experiences. In that spirit, the Educational Park Branch is now offering STEAMwalk , a fun way for families to discover a picture book, and for children to build literacy skills while learning about 21 st century Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) ideas. What is STEAMwalk? Imagine walking in the front entrance of the library with your family, where you’re greeted by the first page of a great STEAM-themed children’s book. Following the path laid out on the floor, you find the next page and the next...Read more...
I Am San Jose / Yo Soy San Jose
San Jose Public Library and CreaTV San Jose presents " I Am San Jose / Yo Soy San Jose ," a bilingual digital storytelling program for adults at the Dr. Roberto Cruz Alum Rock Branch Library . Participants are invited to create a photo montage using their own pictures, learn to add music to their slideshow, and learn the basics of making videos. Participants will also have access to check out video equipment to practice what they learn. Video Project Class - Saturday, May 7 & 14 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (must attend all sessions) Space is limited...Read more...
Science at Seven Trees
Science Just Got Fun! Get ready to learn and have fun with new science experiment kits available for checkout at the Seven Trees Branch now available! Each kit contains materials and supplies to perform science experiments and activities. Have fun experimenting with: Robots and Electrical Circuits Bridges and Structures The Laws of Physics Natural Sciences And many more! Check Out a Science Kit Today Science kits are checked out for three weeks with no renewals. Holds can't be placed on science kits. Limit to one science kit per patron. Visit the library catalog for a complete list of kits. Family...Read more...