Small Island centers on the lives of four immigrants to London: Hortense Joseph, newly-arrived from Jamaica in 1948; her husband Gilbert Joseph, just returned from the war expecting to be treated as a war hero and not a second-class citizen; their landlady Queenie, raised as a farmer’s daughter; and her husband Bernard, also retu
This is not your average teen tale. In a post-apocalyptic world infected by the unconsecrated (zombies), young Mary must decide if there could be life beyond the fences of her small world ... in the forbidden forest , and if there is does she betray her upbringing and risk everything, including death, to find out? Once out, there is no turning back, and Mary and several others must push forward while trying to survive in the forest of hand and teeth.
As part of DC Library's Read-In, on Saturday, October 2, Mt. Pleasant Library is having an edible book contest! Edible books are food creations that look like books, tell the story of a book or make a joke about a book's title.If you think you'd like to enter our contest, sign up by calling 202-671-3125 or e-mailing email@example.com. Then create a family-friendly entry that's 100% edible, and bring it into the library between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. on October 2.
Tuesdays in September, 10 a.m.Baby/Toddler LaptimeAt La Casa, 3166 Mt. Pleasant St. N.W. in room 14 on the third floor.15-20 minutes of songs, rhymes and short books for little ones 4-18 months with a parent or caregiver.Maximum capacity: 16 people.Saturday September 11, 1-3 p.m.Fall CrafternoonAt the interim library.Come celebrate the fabulousness of fall with crafts and coloring!Ages 3-13.Wednesday September 15, 7 p.m.
At a family barbecue, a group of friends and neighbors witness a man slapping an unruly child who is not his own. This act sets off a series of introspective examinations in everyone who witnessed it, forcing them to come to grips with their lives.
If you're still waiting to get your summer books before school starts, we suggest using the online catalog to make sure we have what you're looking for before you come to the library. There are lots of other students in your class, and if they got here first, we'll have to order the book for you from another library.