Fond du Lac Public Library cardholders have access to free e-books through the library’s website. The main library will hold two classes in January to help e-reader users learn the system and provide information about other e-book resources.
Every time the calendar rolls over, many people resolve to do a better job saving more and spending less. The Fond du Lac Public Library’s Money Smart U program will offer a great start with It’s a New Year: Where's Your Money Going? at 6 p.m. Tuesday, January 11.
Fond du Lac native Dorothy Donohue has published 16 children’s books that feature her remarkable cut-paper illustrations. A collection of her illustrations will be on display January 4-January 31 in the Fond du Lac Public Library gallery.
Ho ho ho! Santa's on his way and a lot of you are getting e-readers this year. In fact, sales of e-readers are projected to go way up this year. Whether this will be your first e-reader or an upgrade, the library is here to help.
Christmas is right around the corner and stress levels are on the rise. Need a little something to get you back into the holiday spirit? There is nothing like a warm, heartfelt Christmas story to lift your spirits and bring back the true meaning of the holiday season. Take your pick from this list of new books by some of your favorite authors.
It's the season for giving. Jonathan, 6, and Arianna, 9, stopped by the Fond du Lac Public Library Children’s Desk on December 13 to give Children's Coordinator Julia Cartwright each a five-dollar bill. The kids were following a family tradition handed down by their father, Mike Korb, of donating what they received on St. Nicholas Day.
Sara Cujak hosted the annual Cujak’s Wine Market Holiday Wine Tasting at the Fond du Lac Public Library in November. Amid the wine sampling, chocolates tasting and hors d’oeuvres noshing, serious business was under way: early literacy.
Kids ages 6 to 12 who could benefit from practicing their reading are invited to participate in the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Paws to Read program. Kids read aloud to certified therapy dogs in a relaxed setting. Studies have shown that reading aloud to dogs helps put the child at ease. Kids benefit from the dogs’ patience, acceptance and comforting presence while they practice reading and build skills. The therapy dogs will be accompanied by their certified handlers and are from the group Healing Paws, Inc.
It started in 2010 with an internet posting making the rounds among library fans around the world. It was a picture of a desk made of books at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. It was bounced around the in boxes at the Fond du Lac Public Library and eventually shared on the library’s Facebook page.