Nov 172017
 

We’d like to thank the following sponsors who made our recent Prime Time Family Reading Time program a success:

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Prime Time Family Reading Time in Warren is also  funded in part by Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

Nov 172017
 

Friday, December 1, 2017

BooksOn Friday, December 1 the Barnes & Noble Bookstore at 396 John R (across from Oakland Mall) is hosting a bookfair for the Friends of the Warren Public Library! We encourage all to stop by Barnes & Noble  and mention the bookfair – a percentage of your Barnes & Noble purchases will benefit the library.

Can’t attend the bookfair? You can still support the library from December 1 – December 6 when shopping at Barnes and Noble by mentioning the Friends of the Warren Public Library bookfair. You can also take part online from December 1 – December 6 by making a purchase through  Barnes & Noble’s website at http://barnesandnoble.com. On the payment screen, click the Apply Bookfair ID link and enter 12203352.

Thank you for your support – we hope to see you at the Barnes & Noble bookfair!

Sep 152017
 

Thursdays, September 21 – October 26, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Dorothy Busch Branch Library

prime-timeThe Warren Public Library is pleased to offer Prime Time Family Reading Time, a free six-week program of reading, group discussion, and storytelling for families with children age 6-10.  At each session families will enjoy a dinner together, followed by a reading of two children’s stories.  A group discussion will take place about topics from the stories such as fairness,  courage and dreams.  Younger children will be supervised at no charge during the program and take part in their own activities. Free books and door prizes will also be distributed.

To register for the six-week series call 586-751-0770. Ages 6 to 10 accompanied by their families. This program will be at Busch Branch Library (23333 Ryan Rd., Warren). Transportation can be provided if needed.

Prime Time Family Reading Time in Warren is funded in part by Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

 

Jul 072017
 

Wednesday, July 12, 6:00 pm, Civic Center Library

Come and listen to author Jack Kresnak talk about his first book,   Hope for the City: a Catholic Priest, a Suburban Housewife and Their Desperate Effort to Save Detroit.   The book tells the story of Father William T. Cunningham, who had co-founded Focus: HOPE in Detroit with former suburbanite Eleanor Josaitis in 1968.  Focus: HOPE’s mission statement pledges “intelligent and practical action to overcome racism, poverty and injustice. And to build a metropolitan community where all people may live in freedom, harmony, trust and affection.

Author Jack Kresnak worked for many years as a reporter and editor at the Detroit Free Press and has won many awards and accolades for his coverage of children’s issues.  The Michigan Supreme Court recognized his efforts in a unanimous resolution praising his efforts.  In 2008, he was inducted into the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame.

Register here or call 586.751.0770.

May 232017
 

Tuesday, June 6, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

Michigan author Meg Mims will be presenting her latest cozy mystery series with the début of her new book “Bearly Departed.” Feel free to bring a new teddy bear to donate to foster children. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Refreshments will be served.

Please register here or call 586-574-4564.