Open during AFD office hours, our library is the perfect place to read and study in a quiet environment. It is located on the first floor, next to classroom 2 by the door to the patio.
M-Th: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
F: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sa: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
You can access the AFD library catalog conveniently online for easy browsing.
We gladly accept donations, in french only, for:
Alliance Française de Denver members have free access to our kids library. This library is located on the first floor in the Children's Classroom. We have children's books for infants to teens. Picture books, short novels, comic books and educational learning tools are all available en français! A small collection of kids DVDs are located along with our other DVDs in the reception area.
In the Kids Library all the books are color coded by age and reading level. Look for the circle stickers on the spines of the books.
Culturethèque: A free online library to immerse yourself in the French language.
We are proud to offer our free Culturethèque USA online digital library to members of the Alliance Française de Denver.
Conveniently accessed from your personal computer, tablet or smartphone, you can read French magazines as they hit newsstands, view concerts and shows, listen to lectures, read e-books and comics, enhance your language skills with materials tailored to your needs as well as introduce you children to French language and culture.
Everything that Culturethèque offers:
Subscribe today! Access to the Culturethèque is offered free of charge to the Alliance Française de Denver members.
Our new library pick of the month!
"Richard Abernethie died suddenly at home from a heart attack. That's what the newspapers wrote. All the relatives rushed to the funeral and
everything would have happened very well if this crazy Cora had stupidly asked: "It was well murdered, is not it? This incongruous question,
of course, throws a cold into the family reunion.
Six or eight blows of the ax, the next day, on the skull of the talker, and a little arsenic stuffed into the cake of his lady companion, will justify the intervention of Hercule Poirot. His famous sense of deduction will prove that the innocent question of Cora was not so stupid...
A passionate thriller easy to read in French.
A sea monster, "a huge thing", having been reported by several ships around the world, an expedition is organized on the Abraham
Lincoln, American frigate, to purge the seas of this disturbing monster. On board are the Frenchman Pierre Aronnax, a professor at the Paris
Museum, and Conseil, his faithful servant. The monster turns out to be a fabulous submarine, the Nautilus, designed and commanded by a
strange character, Captain Nemo, who seems fiercely hostile to all humanity!
A French classic.
At first, it was because of her funny name that Julie became interested in her new neighbor. But soon, there was everything else: his charm, his look, and everything he seems to hide ... Because she wants to know everything about Ric, Julie will take more and more delirious risks...
A fun book easy to read.