Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

Celebrate Your Freedom To Read

Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of the freedom to read. This year it's the week of Sept. 22-28, 2013.

Banned Books Week: 'In Cold Blood' by Truman Capote

Classic 1966 true crime book

The village of Holcomb stands on the high wheat plains of western Kansas, a lonesome area that other Kansans call "out there."

Award Winning Young Fiction Writers

A New Book Discussion Series

Cleveland Park Neighborhood LibraryBook Discussion SeriesFall 2013-Winter 2014 Discussion Leader: Phil Burnham, George Mason University 

'Pukka: the Pup After Merle' by Ted Kerasote

Merle's Door was Ted Kerasote's very popular book about his "freethinking dog." It has been considered one of the best dog books ever written by people who have written some of the best dog books ever.

September Fiber Arts Workshop

I never thought I'd bring a book on pillowcases to anyone's attention, but when I ran across this book I was intrigued.  Some of our participants have been discussing handworked household linens that have come down in their families, or that they have purchased anywhere from yard sales to tony antique shops.  The beautiful work begs to be seen and it is frequently relegated to a drawer, only taken out for an occasional ai

'The Not-For Parents Travel Book'

The Not-For-Parents Travel Book, written by Michael Dubois, Katri Hilden and Jane Price, is a fantastic book.

Job Seekers Clinic: Sept. 4

Job Interview Presentations

Have you been asked to make a presentation during the job interview process? 

'Mr. Churchill's Secretary' by Susan Elia MacNeal

Mystery Book Club Selection for September

In Mr. Churchill's Secretary, author Susan MacNeal takes the reader to World War II London with great period detail describing the struggles and danger on the home front, from clothing coupons to bombing raids.

What Does It Mean to Eat Locally?

Adult Summer Reading Program

On Saturday, Aug. 24, the Cleveland Park Library will host a moderated community discussion about what it means to eat locally. Interested in sustainable agriculture? Wonder how to find locally grown food? Do local businesses buy locally?  What is organic food?  What is the green movement anyway? Bring your questions, knowledge, opinions and let's get a Cleveland Park dialog going!

The White Princess by Philippa Gregory

Staff Book Recommendation

Daughter of the king, sister of the king, niece of the king, and wife of the king.  That is how the mother of the Tudor dynasty has been described. But there is more to her story.

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