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Kid Lit Coffee Break: Premium Blend

The winter meeting of our book group for adults who love to read children's literature will focus on our staff favorites of 2017.  We're calling it Kid Lit Coffee Break: Premium Blend.  Mark your calendars for Sunday, January 7, 2018 at 3 p.m.  Miss Katie Jane (that's me!) will be sharing some of our favorite picture books, juvenile fiction and nonfiction, and teen novels published in 2017.  (Our full lists will be available soon.  Keep your eyes on this blog!)  There will be free coffee and desserts from the library's East 59 Café, and door prizes will consist of brand-new copies of some of the featured titles.  Registration is not necessary.  Simply follow the stars through the Kid Zone to the Youth Program Room.

January 7 will also be the first Sunday with our extended hours.  We will now be open from 1-6 p.m. on Sundays.

Target Age: 
Katiem's picture

Documentary Screening: Walt Disney, December 27-28

( 2015, TV-PG, 120 minutes each)

Walt Disney was uniquely adept at art as well as commerce, a master filmmaker who harnessed the power of technology and storytelling. This new film examines Disney's complex life and enduring legacy. Features rare archival footage from the Disney vaults, scenes from some of his greatest films, interviews with biographers and animators, and the designers who helped turn his dream of Disneyland into reality.

An Unprecedented look at the life and legacy of America’s master storyteller. Walt Disney created some of the most beloved cartoon characters in history, conceived the first-ever feature-length animated film, and designed the world’s first theme park. Few creative figures before or since have held such a long0lasting place in American life and popular culture.


Walt Disney – Part I

Wednesday, December 27th


Walt Disney – Part II

Thursday, December 28th


2pm and 6:30 pm

The Library Theatre


Target Age: 
Denio's picture

It's Not About the Broccoli

It’s Not About the Broccoli addresses something every parent has to deal with multiple times a day when your child asks for food. Parents are often inundated with how to books and instructional videos on parenting issues, and food tends to be a top contender among them. It’s Not About the Broccoli gives parents simple structural guides to help children develop healthy eating habits. This book is not about sneaking healthy foods into your kid’s diet or tricking them into liking veggies.



With anything from classes, book discussion groups, your favorite fiction and nonfiction materials, to live music our adult services is sure to have something for everyone!