Please join us for a discussion of Richard Yates's Revolutionary Road to be held as scheduled in the small meeting room on the 2nd floor. Copies are available at the reference desk. Welcome, first-timers and others. Refreshments will be served.
Attention high school students! The West End Neighborhood Library, located at the corner of 24th and L streets NW, just blocks from the Foggy Bottom Metro station, is accepting applications for a few volunteer opportunities. Applicants must be high school students between the ages of 14-18 and be able to commit to 2-5 hours each week for at least 3 months. Please call B
The West End Library Film Club presents: The Big SleepTuesday, August 31, 2010, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pmJoin us viewing the movie classic The Big Sleep. L.A. private eye Philip Marlowe(Humphrey Bogart) takes on a blackmail case and follows a twisted trail of murderers androgues. Based on the book The Big Sleep by legendary mystery author Raymond Chandler.
Move over, J.K. Rowling, Stephenie Meyer and Rick Riordan--the hottest name in teen fiction right now is Suzanne Collins! Collins is the author of the best-selling Hunger Games trilogy: The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and the hotly anticipated Mockingjay, which comes out Tuesday, August 24.Due to a special arrangement with Scholastic, Collins' publisher, DC Public Library will be able to make copies of Mockingjay available starting August 24, the same day as the bookstore release date. You can reserve a copy online, starting today!And if you don't know the name Suzanne Collins, start with the The Hunger Games and discover a fast-paced, un-put-downable tale of dystopian adventure, romance and action!
Early Literacy TipHush, little baby, don't say a word, papa's gonna buy you a mockingbird.If that mockingbird don't sing, Papa's gonna buy you a diamond ring.
This is a book that you can sing or read. Listen to the rhymes: which words rhyme?
Come hear Marilou Donahue--a classical singer, a teacher of voice, and a former host of Artistically Speaking with Marilou Donahue on TV--on using your voice to unlock your personality and win over others. Learn to project your voice and set it free. Please join us!
Early Literacy TipMaking book sharing times enjoyable times helps to develop your child’s print motivation, enjoyment of books and reading. Research shows that children who have had enjoyable experiences around books are more likely to stick with learning to read, when that time comes.Books We Read
Early Literacy TipThis simple story has signs that support the early literacy skill called print awareness, helping your child understand that print has meaning. As you go around your day, point out signs to your children. When your children notice logos on gas stations, stores or restaurants, this is the beginning of print awareness.Books We Read