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Things Fall Apart

Things Fall Apart, a novel by the renowned author Chinua Achebe, is rooted the deep cultural traditions of the Igbos of eastern Nigeria.

'The Casual Vacancy' by J.K. Rowling

When a children’s librarian is looking forward to an adult fiction title, it means only one thing: everyone is looking forward to this title too. And as the author of one of the most popular children’s fiction series of all time, J.K. Rowling had her work cut out for her.

'Uncle Montague’s Tales of Terror'

Uncle Montague’s Tales of Terror by Chris Priestley has more than enough fear-factor for most fans of scary stories.

Under Wildwood

The thrilling sequel in the Wildwood Series

When we left Prue and Curtis at the end of Wildwood, we couldn't help but feel their story wasn't over. Curtis had chosen to stay behind with his fellow bandits, and Prue had heroically returned from Wildwood with her baby brother.

'The Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls' by Claire Legrand

A creepy new read by a new author

Twelve-year-old Victoria is determined to keep everything perfect: her grades, her appearance, and her best friend, overly messy Lawrence.

Southeast Tween Book Club

This month’s book club selection is the award winning book Coraline by Neil Gaiman.

DC Public Library Open Today

Thursday, March 7, 2013

The DC Public Library will be open during its regular hours on Thursday, March 7.

Kids' Playwriting Workshop

Do you have a budding writer or actor? Join Young Playwrights' Theater (YPT) at Southeast Library for a FREE after-school program. In six action-packed workshops, participants will learn about playwriting and acting through fun games and activities.

Changes to Wednesday Baby and Toddler Lap Time

Popular Story Time Will Move to a Ticket System

Starting Wednesday, March 6, we will start a new ticket system for the 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Wednesday Story Times.  Here’s how it works:

The Tween Book Club is underway!

January’s meeting was a huge success, with over 14 in attendance.February’s selection is Laika, by Nick Abadzis. The book won an Eisner award in 2008.

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