Connect Your Summer
OnTuesday, July 17 at 10:00 AM, join acclaimed photographer, Rick Lieder, as he treks around the library grounds in search of creatures to "capture" on film. The library will provide disposable cameras or you may bring your own. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn to "capture" images of your own. This program is geared to patrons aged 9 and up. Space is limited, so register today.
Tanglewreck by Jeanette Winterson
Justin Thyme by Panama Oxridge
The new policeman by Kate Thompson
Ruby red by Kerstin Gier ; translated from the German by Anthea Bell
The last enemy by Grace Brophy
Join us on Monday, July 23 for an evening of mystery and suspense. We will 'visit' Italy, Sweden, Ireland, France, Japan and more with Adult Librarian Joyce Simowski as she talks about some of her favorite non-American mystery authors. Book talk begins at 7:00 PM in the Purple Room.
Fill out one of our LOVE IT hearts with your favorite book, movie, music, or program. You can pick up a heart at the the Children's Help Desk and the Adult Help Desk. After you fill out your heart, don't forget to claim your LOVE IT badge online.
The burning edge by Rick Mofina
Cliff Walk by Bruce DeSilva
A dark anatomy: a mystery by Robin Blake
Death's door by Jim Kelly
Sworn to silence by Linda Castillo. Meet Linda Castillo author of the award winning Amish thriller series featuring Chief of Police Kate Burkholder. Ms. Castillo will talk about her series set in an Ohio Amish community on Tuesday, June 26 at 7:00pm at Nicola's Books in Ann Arbor.
[Domino Effect by Smabs Sputzer is licensed under CC BY-A 2.0]
Enclave by Ann Aguirre
Dreamland social club by Tara Altebrando
Close to famous by Joan Bauer
I am J by Cris Beam
The era is pre World War II when Berlin was referred to as “the nightclub” capital of the world. Enjoy the “three ring circus atmosphere of the “Cabaret” with its singers and dancers from all over seen by the sarcastic host. Listen to the sounds of jazz and swing, imported from America and Britain, in smoke filled nightclubs as the German youth known as the “Swing Kids” dance. Germany and its youth are enjoying life. Personal freedom is still available to experience, it is a relaxed time, and an accepting time when race does not play a prominent role in day to day life.
Now travel forward to the time that Hitler has gained power the National Socialist Party is in place and the Hitler Youth is the group to join. Jazz is banned by the government, its melodic note instills a feeling of freedom and chaos and the artists are of questionable race based on the “Nuremberg Laws” of 1935.
Here are some of the most frequently requested "Hands On" topics in the Children's Library.
Draw Manga! by Christopher Hart
Ed Emberley's big green drawing book by Emberley, Ed
Program Date: Tuesday, July 31, 10:00-10:45 AM in the Community Room
Program Date: June 25, 6:30 - 8:30 PM