Cleveland Park
Interim Library

"Silence of the Grave" by Arnaldur Indridason

June 5, Mystery Book Club Selection

In Silence of the Grave, when a skeleton is discovered half-buried in a construction site outside of Reykjavik, Inspector Erlendur finds himself knee-deep in both a crime scene and an archaeological dig.  Bone by bon

Health and Wellness Online Research

Overview of what's available through the library

Whether at the library or at home, you can access health and wellness information: dclibrary.org is your gateway to quite a few websites on a wide selection of subjects including health and medicine: everything from medical encyclopedias to doctors' ratings to medical

Music Time Every Other Friday

The next program is coming up on January 29 at 10 a.m.

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 songs, dance to their favorite music, and learn the alphabet and how to count. This program is all about rhythm and speech stimuli that allow children to enjoy music, memorize songs and maybe become little musicians. Every other Friday the children will enjoy a musical petting zoo. Come and enjoy the music! 

Legends & Lore DC

New Book Discussion Series

Do you enjoy reading about hometown Washington, D.C. history?  The Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library has a new book discussion series on D.C. history!

Learn More about Database Searching

Biography in Context, May 2 at 2 p.m.

Curious about a famous person and want to learn more about him or her? Are you interested in contemporary figures or historical ones? Do you have an upcoming school research project and need a reliable resource?

Job Seekers Clinic: Tuesday, May 6

You Majored in What?

"Has it happened yet?  Have you been asked The Question?"--From front cover flap.

"The Wicked Girls" by Alex Marwood

Cleveland Park Mystery Book Club May selection

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"Cress" by Marissa Meyer

This story starts off quickly and the pace maintains a rapid speed straight through until the end leaving the reader breathless and wanting more. Marissa Meyer's writing style is concise and smooth, giving us just enough description without bogging us down and thus keeping the reader engaged and unwilling to put this one down. 

"Mark Twain in Washington, D.C." by John Muller

Staff recommendation

In February 1854, while visiting various cities, a teenaged Samuel Clemens filed his first newspaper report from Washington, D.C.  In 1867, he returned to Washington as Mark Twain.

Local Legends & Lore

New book discussion series

Do you enjoy reading about hometown Washington, D.C. history? The Cleveland Park Library is starting a new book discussion series on D.C. history!

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