Michelangelo is one of the most famous artists of all time. An accomplished painter, sculptor and architect, he is most closely associated with the Vatican.Born in Florence, he spent most of his life in Rome. Everyone who has any interest in Western art aspires to one day see his works in person.In celebration of his birthday, March 6, Palisades Library has a display of books about Michelangelo and his art, including:
Born on March 2, 1904, Theodor Seuss Geisel (more commonly known as Dr. Seuss) would have celebrated his 110th birthday this year! Honor his memory by reading some of his most beloved works. Please visit our new display area to find some of our favorite Dr. Seuss materials (near the Picture Books in the Children's Room)!
Join us after school on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 3:15 p.m. to learn the art of collage!View and discuss examples from famous artists and illustrators such as Eric Carle, Romare Bearden, and Henri Matisse -- then make your own creations!Open to children ages 8-12.
James Joyce was born in Ireland in February 1882 and is among the most prominent Irish writers. Joyce is closely associated with Dublin, although he lived most of his life on the European continent.His life and works are celebrated around the world every year on Bloomsday, June 16. The first publisher of Ulysses was Sylvia Beach, an American expatriate who also owned the Parisian-English language bookstore Shakespeare and Company. Palisades Library is displaying some books by and about James Joyce, including:
Join the Olympic Readathon, and enjoy Olympic Events
If you haven't already started, now is the time to join in the fun with the Olympic Readathon, exclusively at Palisades Neighborhood Library! Stop by the Children's Desk for more information on how to earn medals and prizes, from now until the end of the Olympic Games on Feb. 23.