December 15th, 7:00 p.m.
Presented by the Illinois Holocaust Museum 

This first-ever museum exhibit is based on the New York Times bestselling book.
Join us for a live-on Zoom, docent led tour of an exhibition focused solely on this judicial icon. The exhibit is a vibrant exploration of Justice Ginsburg’s life and her roles as a student, wife, mother, lawyer, judge, women’s rights pioneer, and Internet phenomenon. 
December 14th, 4:00 p.m.

There's snow time like December to take a cartooning class! Mark Anderson is back and this time kids will learn to draw snowmen, reindeer, elves, and more! It's snow-tally awesome!
(Ages 5 - 12)
Art To Go
December 16th

Register to pick up art supplies. Watch the how-to video to create your own masterpiece.

Try one of the hottest toys before you buy this season from your library. The Toniebox and 4 Tonie figurines (including Simba and Lightning McQueen) allow children to enjoy a screen-free audio listening experience of stories and songs.
Grownups (WAPL cardholders, 18+) can check out these devices for up to 2 weeks.
December 16, 7:00 p.m.

Join us as we discuss Lucy Foley's (author of The Guest List) The Hunting Party.
The eBook and audiobook are available via Hoopla with your Library card.
Get ideas for books to give and receive this holiday season.
by Christina Lauren

Submitted by Emily D.
Looking for some festive romance to read before the holiday? Put this one on your list!
Maelyn hates everything about where she's at in life - stuck living at home with her mom and in a job that isn't creatively fulfilling. But she loves spending the holidays with her parent's college friends and their families.
She gets some extra time to enjoy it and figure out what she wants in life when she gets stuck in a Groundhog Day-esque time loop.
This book is swoony, cozy, and fun.
by Helen Macdonald

Submitted by Kelly F.
Vesper Flights is recommended for fans of Annie Dillard and for readers of MacDonald’s previous book, the bestseller, H is for Hawk. Vesper Flights has short chapters that are often informative meditations on nature and life. Topics are diverse, from poison mushrooms, to climate change, to birds - of course! The writing is a bit melancholy and spare but conveys beauty, wonder, and wisdom.
by Lily LaMotte

Submitted by Stefanie M.
Cici is moving from Taiwan to Seattle, and she is very nervous, especially because now she will be missing out on quality time with her grandmother, who isn’t moving with her. Cici decides that she’s going to fly her grandmother to the United States for her 70th birthday, and since her family can’t afford the plane ticket, Cici enters a cooking competition, where the grand prize is $1,000! The only problem is, Cici has no idea how to cook American food, and doesn’t know how the judges will react to her Taiwanese food.
This is a heartwarming book about Cici’s experience as an immigrant, expectations from her parents about her academic and career goals, fitting in with her new friends, and the joy that can come from building connections through food.
One of my favorites of the year.
by Ben Clanton

Submitted by Patty G.
This is a super silly story of mutant potato brothers and their love of mud. 
The older brother, Snot, teases Rot, the younger brother. 
Rot gets his revenge on Snot and learns a valuable lesson about being brave.

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