At last, the tree in the hall just outside the Children's Division has burst forth in blossoms, revealing its true identity -- it is a cherry tree! Just like the famed Washington, D.C. cherry trees that are blooming along the Tidal Basin.Enjoy the history and beauty of the District's favorite flowers at home or all year-round with these great children's books:
The graphic novels he excels at may be full of mystery, adventure and no small dose of suspense -- as is Mr. Brandon, the man himself! I was fortunate enough to snag a few top-secret words with him ... which I then leaked to this website. Shhh, don't tell!So, Mr. Brandon -- is that your undercover alias, or am I not allowed to know?
Budgeting, Credit Repair, Debt Managemen, and Wealth Building
The DC Public Library and Capital Area Asset Builders present a seminar on financial literacy. Topics include:budgetingcredit repairdebt managementwealth buildingother financial education topics.We meet April 29 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Auditorium, room A-5. Call us at 202-727-1161 or visit us online.
When a food writer who is also a clinical psychologist writes a book about one of the country's top restaurants, the result is a foodie's delight, a resource for anyone who wonders what being a top chef really involves; and if the writer is Scott Haas, a great read full of equally great insights into the people.
Begin Spring by reading a story about a sure thing: Showers in the month of April.George Shannon with illustrators Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey create a chorus of dancing frogs exhorting the joys of getting soaking wet. Although the frogs “do what’s right” and ‘play by the rules,” danger lurks when a snake comes shimmering by.
On Tuesday, April 9, at 6:30 p.m., acclaimed author Jefferson Morley discusses Washington City, Francis Scott Key, the Forgotten Race Riot of 1835, and how this gripping chapter of slave history relates to Emancipation more than two decades later.