Palisades
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Published on Friday, February 18, 2011

Early Literacy Tip
Explain to your child the things you are doing as you are doing them (for example, Look! I am answering the phone lets see who it is!' The more you talk with your child, the richer your child's vocabulary will be.

Books We Read

Published on Wednesday, February 9, 2011

You are cordially invited to a free showing of the movie "Room with a View" at Palisades Library on Thursday, February 10, at 4 pm.

Published on Monday, February 7, 2011

 Tomorrow February 8 starting at 3:30pm and ending at 5pm, all tween/teen Zombies are welcomed to the Palisades crypt. Moan, shiver, and shake singing zombie lyrics to hit tunes karaoke style. Come elegantly attired and make zombie accessories for your outfit. Move your severed body parts to Motown music while enjoying brain dead punch and fortifying pizza. Check out zombie literature and how to works. Leave with prizes and some parts of yourself.

Published on Monday, February 7, 2011

The sounds of love are in the air. Take this quiz to find which epic work of fiction you should be reading this February. 

Instructions
Choose an answer for each question, and then find the letter that you choose the most. Your results will tell you which romantic love story you would most enjoy.

1. Your idea of a good date is:

a. a high speed chase through a dark forest filled with rodents of abnormally large size
b. a stroll around the room or perchance a ball
c. a candlelit dance on a flying pirate ship
d. a blind date

2. What's your idea of the perfect man?

Published on Monday, February 7, 2011

Got the winter blahs?  Palisades Library is showing the following romantic movies:

Thursday, February 10, Room With a View; R
Thursday, February 17, Roman Holiday; not rated
Thursday, February 24, An Affair to Remember; not rated
Thursday, March 3, To Catch a Thief; not rated
Thursday, March 10, To Have and Have Not; not rated
Thursday, March 17, Pillow Talk; not rated

All movies are free and begin at 4 pm.  Light refreshments will be served.

Published on Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Palisades will close Monday, Jan. 24 for energy lighting replacements.  The library will reopen Monday, Jan. 31.

Published on Friday, January 14, 2011

The Palisades Neighborhood Library will be closed for scheduled maintenance from Monday, January 24 until Monday, January 31, 2011.  The first floor Adult Department will reopen on Monday, January 31, 2011 but the 2nd floor area containing the Children's Department and the Meeting Rooms will remain closed until Monday, February 7th.  During the two week period from January 24 through February 5 all meetings and programs at the Palisades Library are cancelled or postponed. We will resume all scheduled activities beginning Monday, February 7. 

Customers may return materials to any DC Public Library including the brand new Tenley Branch scheduled to open on Monday, January 24, 2011.  Materials, including audiobooks and DVDs, may also be put in the book drop outside the Palisades Library.  The materials will be brought into the library on a daily basis.

Published on Thursday, January 13, 2011

Have you missed a good book?  Need some suggestions for what to read?  Lost the list of books you want to read?  Can't remember the title your friend suggested?  Palisade Library has a display of the "Washington Post" Best Books of 2010.

Published on Thursday, January 13, 2011

Tween Tuesdays starting at 3:30pm is a just for the tween time. Join your peers in a variety of activities such as bookshares, video gaming, and crafts. Have you been to a Zombie Valentine's Ball? Get ready to attend on February 1 by creating your elegant zombie accessaries.  Raise your voice and make your smooth moves on February 8 for the Zombie Sing-A-Long and Dance Party.  A special pizza for Zombies will be served.

Published on Thursday, January 13, 2011

Life is a bowl of Maraschino Cheeries for the 'red bees' of Brooklyn. This month's Speak Easy Salon conversation focuses on Honeybees and also considers colony collapse disorder in relation to bumblebees. As for the red bees of Brooklyn, they like many humans prefer high glycemic sweets rather than the good for you nutrients. Please contact the library at 202-282-3139 to request that the articles be e-mailed to you. The meeting is on Wednesday, January 19 at 3:30pm. Refreshments will be served.

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