Our wonderful Friends are hosting a book sale this Saturday-- all proceeds go to benefit the library! Find books for the whole family, plus CDs, DVDs and sheet music. Don't forget: masks on, sanitize or wear gloves and maintain distance.
Interested in joining or volunteering with the Friends? Find out more below.
Check-out a banned book this week, and celebrate your freedom to read!
The books featured during Banned Books Week have all been targeted for removal or restriction in libraries and schools across the country. Banned Books Week draws national attention to the harms of censorship and celebrates our right to read. Can you guess the top 10 challenged books of 2019?
Celebrate the contributions of Hispanic and Latinx people throughout the month and all year long! Educators, students and parents: take a look at this PBS video and primary source lesson about labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez. Perfect for grades 3-7.
Author Spotlight: Junot Díaz
Find books and media to learn about the extraordinary life of Justice Ruther Bader Ginsburg.
Jill's Pint-Size Storytime is all about self-love!
The Library of Congress National Books Festival: Celebrating American Ingenuity
THIS WEEKEND: Take part in the 20th annual Library of Congress National Book Festival! More than a hundred best-selling authors, novelists, historians, poets and children's writers will be on hand; register and start building your schedule for this free festival.
Join us for a book discussion followed by an author talk and Q&A with Ernesto Cisneros, author of Efrén Divided. In this new middle-grade novel, middle school student Efrén Nava must balance school work and friendships while finding a way to bring his mother home after she is deported to Mexico.
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