Hello, my crafty friends! Miss Julie here with another crochet video for you. This time, we are learning about the double crochet stitch! In this video I show you how to make a headband, but there are all ...
Have you ever looked at a rock and thought, "You should be a bug!"
Or found a perfectly flat rock and thought, "I could paint a hug."
Perhaps you saw a rock and thought, "What a gorgeous scene?"
Or found a rock ...
What happened to the cat who ate a ball of yarn?She had mittens!
Hello, DeKalb kids and parents! It is Miss Julie here, bringing news of our new Crochet Club. So many of you have mentioned to me that ...
Art! Crafts! Fun, oh my! For the past few months, we have had take-and-go craft projects available for the kids who come into the children's department. While this will continue, we want to expand our crafty ...
“A children's story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children's story in the slightest.”
― C.S. Lewis
An example coloring sheet. Wouldn't you love to have one that features you?
The Children's Department has come up with a ...
Do you miss the library's in-person events and story times? We're happy to announce that during August and September the library has partnered with the DeKalb Park District to bring live outdoor programs to the community! From story times to ...
Hello, fellow art lovers! Miss Julie here, and I have a new art challenge for you for August...origami. If you have never tried this ancient form of paper folding before, do not give up before you have begun. Read on for my tips ...
For the May challenge, Jordyn chose bugs and painted a picture with dragonflies. Great job, Jordyn!
Leaf by Tessa, age 6
Daddy Shark by Andrew, age 2
Dragon by Mike, age 13
Stormtrooper and Clone trooper Helmet paper crafts by Sam, age 10
Bugs! Robots! Robot bugs?!
This month's theme will get you thinking about all of the insects, spiders, worms, and slugs emerging from their hiding places now that the weather is warming up. Do you have a favorite bug that you would ...