It's beginning to feel a lot like winter! I know winter doesn't technically begin until Dec. 21, but once the calendar turns to December my head thinks its winter - especially when it's cold out like it has been!
Luckily, there are lots of great books to curl up with that let you celebrate winter from the toasty warm comfort of inside.
Here are some winter books you might like:
Cuddle up to books this winter break and be eligible to receive a Chipotle gift card!
This winter break, between Dec. 21 and Jan. 3, elementary and middle school students who visit their neighborhood branch can be eligible to receive a Chipotle gift card for sharing their winter reading with their librarian.
November is Native American Heritage Month, or as it is commonly referred to, American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.The library is a wonderful place to learn about the history and heritage, as well as discover some folktales of Native Americans. Among our favorites are:
The Rough Face Girl, by Rafe Martin
Halloween is almost here, which means we have a great excuse to read spooky books!
One Halloween-themed picture book I like is If You're a Monster and You Know It by Ed and Rebecca Emberley, a monster-themed version of "If you're happy and you know it" song.
September is National Library Card sign-up month. At the library, we're doing a lot of things to celebrate and spread the word throughout the community, but one of the simplest and my favorite way to celebrate is reading books about libraries!
The summer may be winding down, but the Anacostia Neighborhood Library "Summer Sizzlers" program continues to heat up!Every weekday after our free summer meals, children are invited to join us for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) related projects.
On Sunday, August, 17, at 2 p.m., visit the Anacostia Neighborhood Library for a health fair that will include free health screenings, fun activities and information that relate to healthy living and learning. This program is made possible through a partnership and support from the Metropolitan Police Department and the Friends of the Anacostia Neighborhood Library.