We recently partnered with the World Affairs Council to present a series of programs called Give Peace a Chance. The programs highlighted the work that is being done to make the world a more peaceful place.
This year we had a record number of submissions from more than 20 area schools. Congratulations to the following poets who won in the written portion:
Every month when the KDL Board of Trustees meets, they get a packet full of information about what the library is up to.
We love a good story but there's something so irresistible about a good true story: It puts into perspective all that is past and possible.
We are pleased to share oral histories of volunteers, business owners, church members, community leaders and primarily indigenous seniors in Kent County. The interviews have been compiled in the Community House: Senior Histories anthology.
Our first episode devoted exclusively to kids' titles! For KDLcast Book Talk No. 4, three of our staff discuss some of their favorite juvenile books (both fiction and nonfiction) and picture books.
A conversation recorded on Feb. 20, 2017 with:
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