Anne Perry

Join the Friends Tuesday, April 24, as we host Anne Gordon Perry, author of Magnificent Moles of Mede Meadow and Unseen Witness: Sarah Farmer & The Portsmouth Peace Treaty.
The meeting is at 7:00 pm in the Library Program Room.
Anne will share stories of how these books and others in the works have come into being, describing the joys and pitfalls of self publishing vs. traditional.
Anne lives in Duncanville and teaches writing and humanities at the Art Institute of Dallas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manificent Moles of Mede Meadow

Seven mole siblings each have a challenge to face—self identity, fear of the city, dealing with skepticism, creative angst, competition, life vs. art, marriage and family life, change.  Imaginative, humorous, and lyrical, the chapter book entices young and old alike.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unseen Witness: Sarah Farmer & The Portsmouth Peace Treaty

In 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt invited Japanese and Russian delegates to Portsmouth, NH to end the Russo-Japanese War. In nearby Eliot, Maine, Sarah Farmer flew the first known peace flag at Green Acre, where social reformers, thinkers, artists, scientists, and religious seekers met to discuss important matters. After 30 days of negotiation, the Portsmouth Peace Treaty was signed, with only men in attendance.  But hidden from view, Sarah Farmer was the only woman who observed the dramatic treaty signing. . . . Can drawing from history empower us to revitalize our own efforts to better the w

The Friends of the Duncanville Public Library is a non-profit community organization composed of active and dedicated people from all walks of life. Their common bond is a desire that Duncanville have a first-rate library capable of serving an ever-expanding population in an ever-changing technological environment.

Their goals are:

  • to encourage public understanding and appreciation of the library,
  • to finance library requirements not provided for in the city’s annual budget, and
  • to stimulate public support through donations and gifts of money, memorials, and bequests.

The Friends hold four meetings a year in the library at 7:00 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of the month. The highlight event of the year is the Author Appreciation Dinner, which honors a Texas author each November.

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Join today by downloading the Friends of the Library membership application and sending it (along with the membership fee) to:

Friends of the Duncanville Public Library
P.O. Box 381611
Duncanville, Texas 75138-1611

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