Families are invited to come down to the Keene Memorial Library to experience their Prime Time Family Reading Time which will be hosted in both the common tongue and in what some are calling "a crazy weirdo speak."
The foreign language, if it is not made up all together, seems to derive from the same Latin base as our own, but just sounds weird. When heard, it sounds rapid and out of sync with time and space. When spoken, the tongue vibrates uncontrollably and the mouth experiences a numb tingle that is not unpleasant, but not inviting. Members of the community that speak this strange, possibly invented, language often smile as if they are hiding the secrets to the universe in a tight, flour shell.
The project is organized by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities in partnership with the American Library Association Public Programs Office, who when reached had no response to inquires on the strange alien tongue other than, "What?" and "You're kidding me, right?" All questions to the library that could have been asked were deflected, including what this strange language and its people are called. One thing is for certain, this program will happen no matter what in any language.