Banned Books Week 2010 is just around the corner (September 25 to October 2). With that in mind, I would like to highlight some of the books that have been controversial in the past year. First, I would like to talk about Geography Clubby Brent Hartinger.
As part of the DC Loves to Read program taking place at DC Public Library branches citywide on Saturday, October 2, please join us at Northeast Library for the following programs:10:30 a.m.- Children’s Storytime (Ages 4-7)1:30 p.m.- Joyce Fletcher - Tips on Successfully Self-Publishing Your Book (Adult)3 p.m.- Teen Booktalks (Ages 12-19)Details about each program are in the calendar to the right. If you need more information, please call Northeast Library at 202-698-3320, and ask for Brandon Digwood.
Banned Books Week 2010 is just around the corner (September 25 – October 2). With that in mind, I would like to highlight some controversial books from the past year in the hopes that you expand your mind by seeing what all the fuss is about. The first book is Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson.
If you look forward to lively discussions of mysteries, romances, comedies and nonfiction books,come join us for our monthly book club meetings. Meetings are held on the 4th Monday of each month from 7 to 8 p.m.
Northeast Library Book and Bake Sale – Sponsored by the Friends of the Northeast Branch of the D.C. Public Library.
Please join us: for the Northeast Library Book and Bake Sale. We will have a guest librarian who will tell stories for the little ones outdoors (weather permitting) and give away some surprise gifts to those children who attend.
Donations of baked goods are welcome and can be donated the morning of the bake sale.Date: September 18, 2010
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
As part of the We The People Bookshelf program, Northeast Neighborhood Library will be showing the film series The Civil War, by renowned filmmaker and historian Ken Burns. We will be showing the first part of this nine-part series on Monday, September 13, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., and will continue each week at the same day and time until we reach the series conclusion on Monday, November 15.
One of the great sleeper hits among teen books for 2009 is described below. If you haven’t heard of Gracelingyet, you will soon.Katsa lives in a world where people born with two eyes of different colors are known as Gracelings. Each of these people is endowed with a special skill or talent called a Grace, which can be a blessing or a curse.
On Monday, August 16, we will celebrate the end of the summer reading program. We will play book bingo and share favorite book titles. There will be prizes and refreshments. I challenge young readers to bring a decorated (or not) piece of paper explaining their favorite book this summer. Offerings will be displayed in the children's area to encourage others to read the same book.