During the American Library Association Annual Conference in Orlando, the winners of the annual Carnegie Awards for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction received their awards. The winners were officially announced in January 2016.
Below are the winning titles available to check out and download from the library system.Fiction
Sunny June isn't exactly the ideal setting for a scary story, but that's precisely when I like reading a good horror story. Nowhere for long shadows or weird noises to hide in the sun! No matter when you like a scare, these chapter books are some of my all time favorites.
Revenge of the Witchby Joseph Delaney
Staff at Cleveland Park Library are available for job seeker assistance, all month, every month. While we can provide assistance for walk-ins, please call the Information Desk at 202-282-3072 or email email@example.com to make an appointment for one-on-one assistance. You can receive help setting up accounts on popular job sites, filling out online job applications, writing cover letters and resumes, and navigating job websites.
Now that the weather is finally catching up to the time of year, I feel an urge to break out all my favorite YA summer reads! Even though I am technically an adult, I love reading realistic and fantasy teen novels. And summer ones are especially fun reads as they play on the possibility and freedom that summer brings to teenagers! It seems like the perfect time to fall in love, and you can fall in love with some of these fantastic reads below:
On July 7, 6:30 p.m., we'll discuss The Crooked Houseby Christobel Kent. Alison used to live in a dilapidated house by a bleak estuary with her parents and three siblings. One night, something unspeakable happened in the house, and Alison emerged the only survivor.
A privileged young girl living in Renaissance era Rome... a maid of honor races against time to solve a mystery... an author discovers a map in a library... a parson's daughter becomes a successful novelist... an empress travels the continent...Whatever the time period, each of these ladies were royals or authors who left her mark on history. Below are a few of the books I've enjoyed reading.
All of the books can be checked out or downloaded from the library.
Join us every Friday this August to have fun creating cool arts while staying away from the heat. This program is for children of all ages. Children under 3 will need adult assistance. No need to bring anything except your creativity. Supplies will be provided and the children will be able to take home what they created. Come and join the fun.
Sing, play, dance and learn. That’s our motto for this program. Children of all ages will have the opportunity to play musical instruments, sing along with popular and traditional French songs, dance to their favorite music, learn the alphabet and how to count. This program is all about rhythm and speech stimuli that allow children to enjoy the music; memorize songs, practice their French and maybe become little musicians in the process.
During the month of August, French Music Time will replace French Story Time Thursdays at 4 p.m.
Do you enjoy reading about hometown Washington, D.C. history? Cleveland Park Library has a local book discussion series!
For June, we will be reading Mrs. Lincoln's Rival by Jennifer Chiaverini. The novel is about Kate Chase Sprague who was a prominent hostess in Washington society during the Civil War era.