Hey Kiddos! It's Thursday and time for DPPL Storytime. We miss you all and hope you will tune in for a new episode each week! On this week's episode, Miss Sally sings you "Rise and Shine, Porcupine" and reads Creepy Pair Of Underwear by Aaron Reynolds (by kind permission of Simon and Schuster). Don't forget, you can follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see more virtual programming like this!
Archive for P5/2014
Missing one-on-one book recommendations from your favorite 3rd floor staffers? DPPL's new Miner Recs Book Talks are the next best thing!
Each week DPPL's readers advisory staff will "talk" their best "recs" of books, movies and more!
And while we're all sheltering in place, we're calling the first few entries in this series Grounded Recs.
In Episode 6, David tells you about Captain Fantastic, a film directed by Matt Ross starring Viggo Mortensen in an Oscar-nominated performance as a father raising his six kids isolated from socity in rural Washington.
If this sounds like something you'd enjoy, DPPL cardholders can watch Captain Fantastic today through Kanopy. Enjoy!
The building is closed but the library is open.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
World War II.
The Civil Rights Movement.
The 9/11 attacks.
Some of the most important historical events have been captured through photos.
It might not seem like it, but we're in the middle of making history too.
This week on The Great DPPL Bake-Along:
We bake Pumpkin Pasties, a classic from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling!
We’ll share our results, our recipes, and a little bit about our chosen stories on this blog.
AND we invite YOU to bake along with us.
Share what you make by tagging us with #DPPLBakes, send us your favorite recipes, or just enjoy reading our entries.
As we shelter-in-place, we are creating memories every day.
In the Youth Services department, we decided that one of the best ways to capture favorite moments is to draw a picture.
Of course, we then decided to take it a bit further.
We are creating a "quilt" of pictures drawn by children and families of Des Plaines, and we invite YOU to contribute.
And we plan to display on the second floor when the library reopens.