Gift your children and grandchildren a special video that they can keep and share for years to come!
Hocus Pocus: The All-New Sequel by A.W. Jantha
Be spellbound by a fresh retelling and novelization of the original film, followed by the all-new sequel that continues the story with the next generation of Salem teens.
Flowing seamlessly between Spanish and English, Carrie Sue Ayvar chooses from her large repertoire to connect people, languages, and cultures through her stories.
Humorist, playwright, and author, Kevin Kling is hailed as a Minnesota state treasure. Former Guthrie Theater artistic director Joe Dowling said that "Kevin has the ability to be genuinely funny, but he can also move you to tears.
Arif Choudhury is a professional storyteller, filmmaker, theater artist, and stand-up comic.
Michael McCarty’s mother always read to him and told him stories. As a high school student in the 1960s, he discovered the amazing stories of Black history and culture that weren’t taught in schools, so he began telling stories.
Looking for a book to read this summer? Find these at the library!
Put your creativity on display by participating in the PSPL Tiny Art Show! Pick up a Tiny Art Kit at the Check Out Desk. All ages are invited to participate, but only one kit per patron, please.
As a professional storyteller, Linda Gorham tells stories on the biggest stages. But singing? In public? In front of a microphone? Well, that was a whole ‘nuther’ thing for her. Scary! Linda will share her story of finally getting the courage to sing – with joy as her mother taught her.
Each year, Sheila Arnold and Adam Booth choose a folktale, create their own new interpretations of the tale specifically for adults, and share both in concert.
In America today, we often feel divided from our fellow citizens. We sometimes feel as if the gulfs between us are so wide they will never be bridged. The divide feels real, but what if it isn't? What if the only thing that divides us is the stories we believe about people we don't know?
Peter S. Cook is an internationally reputed Deaf performing artist whose work incorporates American Sign Language, pantomime, storytelling, acting, and movement.
The Friends of Paul Sawyier Public Library will host the Winter Book Sale Tuesday, January 31, through Saturday, February 4, in the River Room.
Colleen Hoover is a very popular author! Have you gotten your hands on one of her books? A genre-crossing author, Hoover writes romance and suspense. We're going to highlight two books of hers plus four read-a-likes from other authors -- for both genres.