Preschools from the surrounding communities will be present to provide information to prospective families
on Tuesday, January 8th at 6:30pm.
Ages 3 and up
Performance artist Chris Fair has a unique evening of light
and laughter lined up for you that uses Laser Reactive
Technology. He will draw animated characters and scenery on a glow-in-the-dark screen and then bring his 2-D screen creations to life with hilarious voices, sound effects, music and non-stop drawing action.
Break the winter boredom and escape out of the library! Using a series of puzzles and locks children will break the ice with one another by trying to solve the puzzle. Teams will work together and race to solve the clues to help the Penguin Escape and free themselves from the Lincoln Room in the library.
Professional Puppeteer Susan Witek will bring fairytales to life while highlighting values of kindness and honesty. Classic stories, traditional puppets, and lots of laughter make lasting memories for families.
Join us to connect with readers and fellow writers in our area. All local authors are welcome to apply. If you live in the greater Chicago area and have published fiction or non-fiction for children, teens, or adults, we want to hear from you. Self-published writers are also encouraged to apply. Space is limited.
Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI
by David Grann
Submitted by Lynn M.
This book is creepy and infuriating and just plain sad, but it’s very well written - I couldn’t put it down! The extent to which the dominant culture has so often considered indigenous lives disposable should be more widely known. (Adult Nonfiction)