Delaware Main Library
Toni Leland, a freelance writer, professional photographer, and novelist, will present "Animals in Fiction," a discussion of the various ways fiction writers incorporate animals into their stories. Ms. Leland's background is in horses, and most of her six published mystery, suspense, and romance novels feature horses. She has a new book coming out in October called Double Exposure. It is a mystery partially set in Delaware County.
Learn the basics of screen printing and take home a custom poster!
Pre-registration is required.
Bring your eReader device to the Library any time during this hands-on help session and learn how to download free eBooks from the DCDL catalog.
You thought your school was weird! Come listen to some tales about teachers from strange places, make some silly school crafts, and learn about the wacky side of school.
The Friends of the Library are excited to welcome children’s author and illustrator Denise Fleming to the Delaware Main Library on Wednesday, November 14 at 7 PM.
Fleming creates most of her works of art by pouring colored paper through hand-cut stencils, a process called pulp painting. In the Tall, Tall Grass was her first book to use the pulp painting technique. The companion book, In the Small, Small Pond, was awarded a Caldecott Honor in 1994.
Tired of buying your Halloween costume off the rack? Join a professional makeup artist to learn hands-on tips for creating a super realistic, gross costume! Check out a video of what our teens did last year.
Read and discuss Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier in a casual, fun setting.