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D.E.'s Choice Reads

Dr. J The Autobiography

Dr. J The Autobiography with Karl Taro Greenfeld takes the reader into the life and thoughts of Julius Erving, better known as Dr. J.

Brr... Books to help you get through the Winter!

Book recommendations

I admit - I do not like being outside when it's cold outside. But, I love curling up with a book and watching the snow fall. Here are some recommendations of books that reinforce that Winter Wonderland atmosphere, without actually causing a chill!

What is Your Family or Friend Tradition?

Traditions are important for teens

Traditions are events that friends or families do together on a regular basis, whether daily, weekly, monthly or yearly that bring people closer. Family and friendship traditions:

Molly's Pilgrim

My Favorite Thanksgiving Story

My favorite Thanksgiving story is a non-traditional one.

November is National Novel Writing Month!

November is National Novel Writing Month, and the library has lots of resources to help you participate!

Leaders are Readers

Special guest author/reader Eloise Greenfield!

In collaboration with the Anacostia Community Museum, the Anacostia Neighborhood Library is excited to continue our "Community Leaders Are Readers" program! This monthly program invites children ages 4-8 and their families to listen and discuss stories read by community leaders, and participate in crafts. On Saturday, Nov.

Job Seeker Book Display

Your Next Job is One Book Away

 

TMZ- Teen Movie Night

Happy Halloween

Come join Anacostia Library as we watch great movie pick that is very shocking and suspenseful, and like any good Halloween movie, terrifying.What would you do if your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere? What if you were forced to spend the night in a creepy motel?Come see if this couple will make it through the movie alive to tell their story.

A Curious George Halloween Party!

Join the Anacostia Neighborhood Library and WHUT at a special Halloween party celebrating Curious George Thursday, Oct. 31, from 4 p.m.

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