For the Thanksgiving season, we have chosen the Bronte sisters as our authors. Pick any title by one of these talented authors and come to book club ready to duel. We meet at 7:00 pm on the fjourth Wednesday of each month and alternate fiction and non-fict
Harry the dog has had it! The lady next door sings too loudly and too often, but every time Harry tries to stop her he gets in trouble. Can Harry solve the problem before he's sent to the doghouse? Join us and find out. Snack and craft included.
A holiday whodunit for kids, this story solves the mystery of who stole Tallie's sparkly-special, twinkling, candy-cane Christmas lights. Was it the mailman, a snake, or her slobbery pup Fuego?To find out who swiped her lights, Tallie first dons her spy gear, which includes her ski hat, pink sunglasses,…
A holiday whodunit for kids, this story solves the mystery of who stole Tallie's sparkly-special, twinkling, candy-cane Christmas lights. Was it the mailman, a snake, or her slobbery pup Fuego?To find out who swiped her lights, Tallie first dons her spy gear, which includes her ski hat, pink sunglasses, magnifying glass, and spy blanket. After sneaking by Mom for a Christmas cookie-for a little extra spy energy, of course-and examining footprints in the snow, Tallie sets the trap. Then she waits, and she waits some more. When the thief comes for her new playhouse decorations, he's in for a surprise. As she and Fuego chase the thief through the snow, they quickly learn that he has great decorating taste, which Tallie cannot bear to ruin. Instead, she gets a super spy idea and trades him a more suitable decoration to get her glowing candy canes back.With every clue revealed through radiant illustrations, Tallie and her sparkly-special lights are sure to steal every reader's attention. Let's just hope Tallie keeps her spy gear handy!Elaine Pease is a full-time author who has written several children's books. She also enjoys teaching writing workshops in her spare time. Pease received first place in the 2011 EVVY Awards for Juvenile Fiction and won a National Writers Association award for one of her short stories. Anna-Maria L. Crum is an illustrator, freelance writer, and designer. Born in Pasadena, California, she is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and Picture Book Artists Association board member. She has twice been named a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.
Join us Thursday and Friday in support of Grandview Elementary. Their bookfair is open to all and includes a scavenger hunt, author signing, music, art, teacher Storytime and more. Visit the website for more details. See you tonight!
Legacies of Valor is about obtaining a deeper understanding of biblical characters, both their most noble traits and their character flaws. The author's intent is to help us conduct a self-awareness expedition into who we are in Christ. Noon to 4:00 pm.