"A History of the World in Six Glasses," by Tom Standage
The April selection of the Chevy Chase Library's History Book Club is A History of the World in Six Glasses, by Tom Standage. The book club will meet on Tuesday, April 10 at 1 p.m.Hope to see you there!
The unseasonably warm days we've had lately may make you want to stay outside to enjoy the fresh air and blossoms. That doesn't have to stop you from reading! Come enjoy a reading break in our library's Reading Garden. Take a look!
This month, as we celebrate the premiere of the film adaptation of The Hunger Games, various DC Public Library locations, including the Chevy Chase Library, will host Hunger Action Stations. At these stations, library patrons and staff may pick up literature about the problem of child hunger in Washi
If You Always Wanted to Have Your Book, and Eat It, Too
An edible book contest is a fun and creative way to celebrate reading. Express yourself through a literary culinary creation: whether it's an edible version of your favorite book’s cover, a yummy pun on its title, or a reference to a scene or character.What are the contest guidelines?1. Your edible book creation is...edible!2. Your edible book is family-friendly.
The Friendly Shakespeare by Norrie Epstein is an often overlooked gem that introduces readers to the works of William Shakespeare. Epstein has a light and funny voice and clearly has a passion for the material.
The Chevy Chase DC Library Book Club will be reading the Dickens' classic Bleak House in honor of the 200th anniversary of Dickens' birth. The club will be reading the first half (chapters 1 through 25) for the meeting March 5 and the second half (chapters 26 to 65) April 2. Both meetings will be at 7 p.m.