November 20 is National Adoption Day. The goals of National Adoption Day are to finalize adoptions from foster care in all 50 states, raise awareness about adoption, and to celebrate families who have chosen to adopt.
What would you do if you saw a dog that was being mistreated? One morning on the way to school, sixth-grader Rusty sees a German Shepherd Dog chained outside in icy weather without shelter, food and water. Rusty worries about the dog all day. When his teacher challenges him and...
This week, November 15 - November 22, is National Game and Puzzle Week! Whether you game online, play cards or love a good puzzle, the library has something for you! Invite your friends or family for a fun night of playing games or solving puzzles. These activities are proven to keep your mind sharp and active and can even stave off the effects of aging on your brain!
The Denver Public Library presents children's book author and illustrator Ross MacDonald. Tuesday, November 16, 6:30 p.m. at Park Hill Branch Library.
Free and open to the public. No reservations required, but space is limited. Adults and children welcome. If you wish to have a book autographed by Mr. MacDonald, please bring in your personal copy. There will be no books available for purchase.
Contact Kristen Monroe at 720-865-0230 or Taliah Abdullah at 720-865-0290 for additional information.
Publishers Weekly has announced their list of ten fiction and nonfiction titles that stood out as the very best of books published this year. As the year wraps up, these lists become more and more common, as Library Journal published their top 10 picks last week. What have been your favorite books of 2010?
Celebrate the fourth annual Denver Arts Week, November 5-13, by reading some of the many books about art and artists available from the library! These novels feature artists as main characters, are primarily set in a museum or incorporate art heavily into their plots. Enjoy!
Nick Bantock, popular author of the Griffin & Sabine books is having his first ever art show here in Colorado through March 2011 at the Museum of Outdoor Arts! This may be the only time all the Griffin & Sabine original art appears in one place!
This groom's cake, created by ABC Cake Shop & Bakery in New Mexico, is a 3D replica of the Denver Public Library. It is iced completely in buttercream with airbrushing for the windows. I stumbled across it on Twitter and couldn't believe my eyes!
If you are interested in making your own creative cakes, check out these sweet books: