This compelling adventure tale brings together the best of fairy tales and the best of literary fiction. Some truths are best seen through a lens of fantasy. Find in Catalog
This is an outstanding read. It’s not, as I sometimes describe literary fiction, about people and feelings. But neither is it about actions. To begin class, the classics professor says, “Are you ready to leave the phenomenal world, to enter into the sublime?” While things most definitely happen in this story, the heart of the […]
The Spellmans are a family of private detectives who wiretap, tail, photograph and blackmail each other as an alternative to more conventional ways of showing love. I usually like my mysteries to be light and cozy, so right from the start I didn’t appreciate the black humor or the bad language. The novel is supposed […]
This is a United Methodist Women reading program book from the category of Spiritual Growth. It was a fast read. Each section began with versus from the book of James, and the author wrote pertinent words of wisdom related to the text. Thoughtful messages even for people who are neither early morning risers or caffeine […]
We all know your DCL library card is priceless, and on Friday, May 8th, it will be worth the price of admission to the premiere of the first-run movie, Welcome to Me, opening nationwide! For the first time ever, a first-run movie is being released to DCL’s video streaming service, hoopla, (and to you) simultaneous to its release at 1,000 theaters nationwide. […]
Durham County Library patrons now have the ability to create free legal forms via LawDepot’s online interface. LawDepot provides a quick and easy way to create customizable legal documents. By following a simple step by step process, library patrons will be able to create a large variety of state specific legal forms. After a document […]
Durham County Library will host the John Hope Franklin Young Scholars for a reading from their book Running for Hope at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 11, at the Parrish Street Forum, 108 W. Parrish St.
Durham County Library will host author Craig LeHoullier for a reading and discussion of his new book, Epic Tomatoes, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 7, at the Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St.
Durham County Library will host the annual Día de los Niños/Día de los Libros (Day of the Children/Day of the Books) Celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 2. A range of events are planned at six library locations, including crafts, storytimes, tours, visits with community organizations and more.
Durham County Library has won the American Library Association John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Awards for the 2014 community reads program, Durham Reads Together featuring March: Book One by Congressman John Lewis. Considered to be ALA’s most prestigious award, the John Cotton Dana Award, provided in conjunction with the H. W. Wilson Foundation and […]