This month, the CCBC Library celebrates National Library Week April 10-13 with a stellar line-up for the campus and community. On April 10, back by popular demand, Writer, Scholar and former Librarian Sam Allen will present "Fire and Ice," a one-man show showcasing iconic American Poet Robert Frost. The presentation will be featured at 11:15 am. in the Health Science Building Auditorium. On April 11 from 12:35 to 1:15 p.m., the library will showcase a new program, "The CCBC Human Library." The event will spotlight a dozen faculty members as living books or "human" resources. The faculty members may be signed out by students or community members for conversation about their specialties, hobbies or expertise for 10 minutes. The line-up ranges from a Buddhist Priest, guitarist, seamstress and single mom to a police officer, outdoors enthusiast , hypnotherapist and Jr. Olympic Swimmer and more. Discussions are not to be about class or assignments. Bring your library card and borrow the best resources at your library. On Wednesday April 12, the library brims with activity. Headstart Storytime will be held at 10:15 for Block-building and the telling of tales. At 12:35 to 1:15 P.M. Therapy Dogs International Reading Dogs Cadeau and Nitro will be here with their handler reading specialist Dawn Goulait. The day will be topped by a screening of "Aspie Seeks Love," an award-winning film about David Matthews, a local man and library regular, who has Asperger's Syndrome. On April 12, it will be Libations in the Library. Library staff will offer visitors a variety of hot and cold drinks. All events are free to the campus community and public. Celebrate libraries!!!!!