Celebrate National Book Appreciation month. Paint pages from repurposed books. Appropriate for ages 6 to 12. No advanced registration is necessary.
The first book I read by the great Ann Patchett was “Bel Canto,” and I remember the experience so vividly. I was newly married and had just moved to St. Louis. I didn’t know a single person there and was spending my days feeling nervous and alone while he was away at class. After weeks of staying inside, I asked my husband to draw out a map to the nearest library; this was pre-GPS.
Looking to create a space for connection and inspiration in your life? Whether you want to transition your formerly in-person book club to an online platform, or to start a brand new group, we’ve got some tips and tricks to help you along! Join library staff to learn how to start and sustain an engaged virtual book club in this new year.
This program will be held online. A link will be emailed to registered attendees in advance.
I have never successfully completed a reading challenge. For years, I have fine-tooth combed the many challenges offered by various blogs and celebrities. I choose one that sparks my interest and set out in a grand attempt to fulfill the listed requirements. My gusto rarely lasts past March and I quickly become preoccupied with a new reading goal, professional reading responsibilities, or, in the case of last year, a global pandemic.
Have you always wanted to write a children’s book? Join us as we kick-off Picture Book Idea Month (also known as Storystorm) with special guest speaker, children’s book author and poet, Patricia Toht. Patricia will walk us through her journey into the children’s publishing world as well as the process of crafting a story and poetry for children. Bring your ideas, manuscripts and questions for a fun evening that will inspire. For questions, email Brittany at email@example.com.
A link to the program will be sent out via email to registrants. Space is limited; online registration is required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Are you hungry for good books and good food? This month, read a book that is historical fiction or a nonfiction history book, and make food to go along with it. Please see a staff member if you need a book recommendation. Appropriate for kids in 4th-7th grade.
Drink coffee and talk books with your friends and fellow community members. Please bring a favorite title to recommend and prepare to discover some great new reading suggestions.
Are you hungry for good books and good food? This month we will read The Secret Agent by Allan Zullo and then make food to go along with it! Please see a staff member for a copy of the book. Appropriate for kids in 4th-7th grade.