Join our early elementary chapter book group for lively discussion, a snack, and a craft! This month we'll talk about The Great Brain by John Dennis Fitzgerald. For more information call 720-865-1306 or email email@example.com.
Michael Spencer will be at the Denver Central Library to discuss his latest publication "Hollywood of the Rockies: Colorado, the West & America’s Film Pioneers" and give his debut behind-the-scenes account of the incredible story he uncovered through his research at Denver Public Library. His documentary of the same name was released in 1997.
We're celebrating Star Wars Reads Week with trivia! Come in any time this week during Library hours until October 5 to show off your knowledge of the Star Wars 'verse! This is a family-friendly challenge that you can do on your own time.
Sue Frederick believes that death is not the end and that our deceased loved ones are watching us and helping us. At this event, she will talk about her ideas about the afterlife, and she will attempt to help you experience the presence of your departed loved ones. She will give some attendees a brief personal reading.
From award-winning author Alex Haley’s widow, his collaborator on the bestselling Roots, comes a new American epic from the Civil War. Join us as Dr. Haley discusses her newest publication, The Treason of Mary Louvestre.
Elizabeth Suneby, author of Razia’s Ray of Hope will be coming to the Byers Branch Library for a unique engagement to talk about her book and the amazing story upon which it is based. It is the true story of a young girl in Afghanistan who desperately wants an education and convinces the men in her life to allow her that opportunity. Light refreshments will be provided.
Join our early elementary chapter book group for lively discussion, a snack, and a craft! This month we'll talk about Poppy by Avi. For more information call 720-865-1306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristen Ashley began her writing career as a self-published author of novels set in Denver and is now a “hybrid” writer, publishing both independently and with Grand Central Publishing. Her series of ‘Rock Chick’ books are favorites of her loyal readers, and her title, Mystery Man, is set to be released in print in August. Kristen Ashley is coming to Denver for an author talk and book signing – and for a very special fundraiser for The Denver Public Library.