Join us for a Cornucopia of Author Events in
Meet, discuss and enjoy your
favorite authors during the month of November. There is
something for everyone!
Stop by the Wauconda Area Library and find
|World Pantry Tour & Tastes|
Saturday, November 4 at 2:00 p.m.
Take a tour
of the international pantry we have at our doorstep with
local author, Marilyn Pocius, of A
Cook's Guide to Chicago. Discover unusual
ingredients by sniffing, tasting and sampling.
Learn how to make use of these delightful goodies just
in time for the holidays!
|An Afternoon with
Jane Austen, Emily Bronte and Emily Dickinson|
Sunday, November 5 at 2:00 p.m.
three classic women writers who dared to break the male
dominated 19th century literary scene with storyteller,
Hruby Powell, who will portray each writer in full
program is partially sponsored by a grant from the
Illinois Arts Council.
An Immigrant Class: Oral
Histories from Chicago's Newest Immigrants
November 6 at 7:00 p.m.
Libman, documented the unique experiences and
emotions of twenty recent immigrants from various
countries in the world. Winner of the 2005 Crystal
Book Award, An
Immigrant Class, is filled with hope and
disappointment, success and setback. This
multi-media presentation will challenge the strongest
stereotypes about immigrants
The theme for this year’s National
Children’s Book Week is
Children and their parents or
adult caregivers are invited to visit the
Children’s department anytime throughout Book Week
to join in the festivities!
- Pick a sweet from the
- Admire the new Author
Quilt, fashioned from fabric squares signed
and illustrated by famous children’s authors as
part of the Wauconda Area Library’s “Happy
Birthday, Dear Author” program
- Enter your name in daily
drawings for wonderful books and Barnes and
Noble™ gift cards
- Check out books – and
more books! - for yourself and your
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