"Liked the description of Italy and the cooking," she wrote.
Keep reading and keep telling us what you think.
Keep reading and telling us what you think.
Science in the Summer is a fun, free experiment-oriented course taught by certified teachers to groups of 15 children in two age groups: children entering second and third grades (Level I)
children entering fourth through sixth grades (Level II)
These programs are designed to get kids excited about science through hands-on experiments. This year's theme is Physical Science and Electricity.
The programs are by registration only and are limited to 15 students. Please come to the Petworth Library children's room to fill out a parental permission form.
There are still spaces available, so come in today!
People always say that money is the root of all evil. Some can never get enough. When they have some, they look for ways to acquire more. In Guard the Throne, author Nisa Santiago creates a story revolving around just that.
Teens, it's that time of year again... Teen Summer Reading!! The Teen Summer Reading Program runs from June 1 to Aug. 24. If you missed the Kick-Off at Petworth, you missed a chance to pie me, Mr. Jordan, in the face with a shaving cream pie.
On Saturday, June 15, Petworth Library hosted its annual D.C. Read-In Event. D.C. Read-In is a day-long reading event hosted at all DC Public Library locations. It consists of activities to promote reading as a pleasurable activity, and celebrates readers of all ages.
This year, we chose an intergenerational theme, Stories With our Grand-Friends. Grandparents or other senior friends were invited to dig into a bit of family history and join children for this special program.