In our March After School Art class, we learned about some of the amazing contributions by African-American artists, poets, writers, and musicians during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s to mid-1930s. We specifically focused on the abstract portraits of artist Beauford Delaney. As always, our young artists produced fantastic works of art. We are so proud of you all!
Want to see more of our artwork? Please click here or on the collage below. Thank you!
We learned about Ancient Egypt and made cartouche artwork with our own hieroglyphics!
Please check out more of our amazing artwork by clicking here or on the collage below. Thank you!
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It was a super chilly Saturday morning, but our therapy dogs made us all smile at Read to a Dog in March. Thank you to all our friends — old and new! — who read with us, and huge thanks to Turner, Janie the Therapy Dog, Zoe, Kaelin, and Clover for being such good listeners.
Our dogs will return on Saturday, April 1st at 11 am. Woof!
Want to see more photos from Read to a Dog? Please click here or on the picture of Kaelin and Clover below. Thank you!
We try to put new events onto our Google Calendar before they appear in the Events page or in any of our newsletters. Please note that this calendar is a work in progress, so some events may change as we go forward.
If you’d like to open a new window with the Google Calendar, please click here.
Sign ups typically occur online about 10-14 days prior to each event. Thank you!
Please check out the wonderful Stop Motion Animation movies created by some of our young friends at a recent library program. We are amazed by their creativity!
Just click on the links or images below to view the videos. Thank you!
In honor of Veterans Day, we are proud to salute the local heroes who sacrificed so much to keep us all safe. Please click here or on either image below to see the full photo album and learn more about each of these brave men and women. You can also view our Veterans Day photo display the next time you stop by the library. We owe all our veterans a debt far greater than can ever be repaid. Thank you all for your service.
Denville, along with other Morris County libraries, now has access to Tumblebooks.
What is Tumblebooks? It’s a collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eReadAlongs, graphic novels, National Geographic videos, interactive games, and more specifically for children. There are no holds or waiting lists — just access the site and read!
To visit Tumblebooks at home, you’ll need your library card. Please click here or on the image below to get started. Enjoy!
Our therapy dog Rusty has visited us for our monthly Read to a Dog program for the past three years. All our kids love Rusty, and all our staff members love Rusty, and pretty much everyone loves Rusty! Rusty has retired from her therapy work and will now get to be a full-time regular dog. She is looking forward to playing in the mud as much as she can!
You can check out some photos from Rusty’s library visits by clicking here or on the picture below.
We will be putting out coloring pages in the children’s library if any of our young friends would like to stop by and make a thank you card for Rusty. Thank you, Rusty, for the many hours you have spent listening to us read and for your constant smiles and joy. And many thanks to Rusty’s parents, Joe and Arlene McCaig, for their tireless support of our Read to a Dog program.
Mr. D and Ms. Melanie treated our young patrons to a musical rendition of “Driving My Tractor” at one of our storytimes. So much fun!
Please meet our staff. We are always happy to help our patrons!
Maryellen Liddy is the Supervising Librarian of Youth Services. She can be reached at Maryellen.Liddy@denvillelibrary.org.
Christine Kabshura is the Children's Programmer. She can be reached at the Library's main number, 973-627-6555.
We also have two library assistants: