Come anytime the library is open during this week and wander the halls of the library to check out the Friends of the DeKalb Public Library's popular booksale! Find great titles for you or gifts for family and friends.
All proceeds go to funding library programs, materials and equipment. Volunteers and donations are being accepted. Please contact Jill Cutts at firstname.lastname@example.org for donation guidelines and volunteer information. And remember most items sell for $1.00 or less!
Get a bag of books for only a buck!
Help us clear out our sale shelves because we're hosting our monthly Buck-a-Bag Book Sale. Fill up a plastic grocery bag or an equivalent with anything from our sale shelves and pay only a dollar.
Great deals on library discards as well as recent donations, from children's books to hardcover fiction to AV items -- all these can be yours for just a Buck-A-Bag!
Practice reading with man’s best friend! Kids, sign-up for a 15 minute time slot to work on your reading skills and spend time with a Papillion!
Sign-up for your reading time slot either in person at the Youth Services Desk or by phone.
Parents need you to get out of the house? The library needs volunteers! Most teens need service hours to graduate.
Stop at the Reference Desk before and after your volunteering to sign in and out to get credit!
If you volunteer at the library Mondays during Summer Reading:
Join Miss Jen on the Dragon Carpet and enjoy several stories! Kids are always welcome to wear pajamas. This week we will be reading about mice!
Give a squeak for your new pet paper mouse.
This story time program on Tuesday mornings is geared to 2-year-old children.
The program will last approximately 20 to 25 minutes. Children will receive a coloring sheet after the program, which they may color at the library.
This week we will be reading about farms!
Older and younger children are welcome to attend.
Your footprint becomes the face of this friendly horse.
Having difficulty writing your book's love scene? Are you at a loss for words?
Hear from Kourtney Heintz, author of The Six Train to Wisconsin, as she dishes out advice on how to craft your steamy scenes. Bring your questions and your notebook for this unique writing workshop.
This event is free for adults and will be near the fireplace on the main level. Kourtney will have autographed books available for purchase. Refreshments will be served.
Six Train was a 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards Semifinalist. Since Six Train’s release in May 2013, Heintz was featured in Connecticut’s Republican American. The article was picked up by the Associated Press and ran nationally. She was also a guest on CT Style. In Wisconsin, she was featured in the Price County Daily and the Park Falls Herald.
She’s been touring with her book during the past 14 months. She started with several local appearances in CT in the spring of 2013 and then headed out to Butternut, WI, to celebrate Pioneer Days in July 2013 with an author reception and rode in their parade. Her book signing in Butternut sold out in under two hours. She was also invited by RJ Julia Booksellers to speak at a local author night in Madison, CT. She spoke and signed books at Hart House at the University of Toronto. She had an author night that included exhibiting her photography from the book and signing books at Salon 2b in New York, NY.
Follow Kourtney on Twitter: @KourHei, like Kourtney’s Facebook Page: kourtneyheintzwriter, follow her blog: kourtneyheintz.wordpress.com, or check out her website: kourtneyheintz.com for continuing information on her books. She also can be reached at: email@example.com
This lapsit program is geared to infants, ages 0-24 months. We are offering this program in conjunction with DeKalb 4-C. The first half of the 30 minute program will be led by an early childhood facilitator who will incorporate music, movements, and stories in her program. This will be followed by play time with developmental toys and a chance to interact with the babies and other caregivers. No sign-up is necessary.
309 Oak Street
DeKalb, Illinois 60115