Spotlighting African-American Cookery, Plays and Authors
Drop by and check out books about African American life, history and culture. Subjects include books about African American cuisine, the plays of August Wilson, African American worship, and a very recent title called A White House Garden Cookbook; Healthy Ideas from the First Family for Your Family". Re-read the works of Ralph Ellison and James Baldwin.Enhance your knowledge. Check out these titles and more!
Are you thinking about changing careers? Retiring? Would you like to
learn the art of Origami? What about catching up on the insider's guide
to the TV phenomenon, CSI-Crime Scene Investigation? How about
planting a food garden for healthier food choices! Visit
Parklands-Turner to keep up with events and issues of the day. You will
find many materials on a variety of interesting topics. Check us out!
If you are preparing to take the GED and you need testing materials, visit the Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library for helpful resources to strengthen your skills in language, social studies, science and mathematics.You will find GED Test manuals in each of the following five examinations: Language Arts, Writing
Language Arts, Reading
Online learning resources available inside or outside the library include:
What to learn the relaxing art ofworking with yarns . At the parkland library we have many differnet tyes of classes with yarns.It doen not matter your level so if yu are beginner to advanced come in and share you works os art with the group or come in to learn. Classes are for adults on Mon And Friday at 200 pm and children 8 and about at 3:00.
The District of Columbia Public Library has a wonderful resource for online law research. Legal Forms Online is designed to simplify access to legal forms. The database provides legal forms drafted by attorneys for the District of Columbia, as well as federal forms and other documents across the nation. Most forms can be customized by users.
Today, Mayor Adrian Fenty, joined by Councilmember Marion Barry, Councilmember Harry Thomas, Chief Librarian Ginnie Cooper and members of the District of Columbia Board of Library Trustees celebrated the opening of the Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library with a ribbon-cutting. The new library, located in the Shops at Parkland at 1547 Alabama Ave., replaces the Parklands-Turner Kiosk.
The Parklands-Turner Library is moving. The Parklands-Turner kiosk will close permanently today at 5:30 p.m. During the move, books and other library materials can be returned to the book drop at the kiosk or any DC Public Library.The new 4,500-square-foot Parklands-Turner will open on Monday, October
5, at The Shops at Park Village, 1547-49 Alabama Ave. S.E. The new library will be open seven days a week, and will offer expanded services including:20 public computers
free Wi-Fi Internet access
The National Book Award, given since 1950, honors the year’s best work in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Read past nonfiction winners:The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family by Annette Gordon-Reed (2008)
Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA (Doubleday) by Tim Weiner (2007)
The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl by Timothy Egan (2006)
The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion (2005)