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Anna Dressed In Blood by Kendare Blake

Spotlight on Teen Horror

'Anna Dressed In Blood' by Kendare Blake

Some teenagers inherit vocations from their parents, like Cas Lowood, whose father used to kill ghosts. Cas is used to going from place to place with his witch mother, black cat and an athame knife.  One day, Cas gets a mysterious tip about a ghost named Anna Dressed In Blood who kills every person who’s ever been inside her house. It seems like a typical job, until Anna decides to spare Cas’s life.

Sweetfrog

Halloween All Week!

Thursday, Oct. 30 at 4 p.m

Come celebrate Halloween at the Georgetown Library!

Sanna Valvanne

Sing and Shine Around the Globe

November 8, 4 p.m.

Explore Finland with Sanna Valvanne in "Sing and Shine Around the Globe."

Life After Life

'Life After Life'

Georgetown Book Club's November Selection

On Feb. 11, 1910, Ursula Todd dies shortly after her birth--but her story does not end there, as she is then born again on another version of the same date, the circumstances this time ensuring her survival.

Author/Ilustrator, Cece Bell visits Georgetown Library

Graphic Novel enthusiasts at Georgetown got a treat two weeks ago.

Omnibus Lecture Series

Book Talk: 'Black Gotham'

Join University of Maryland Emeritus Professor Carla Peterson on Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.

Wordless Book Storytime

Share Wordless Picture Books with Your Little Ones

Join us for an interactive story time that includes songs, rhymes, a craft activity and wordless picture books.Librarians will demonstrate ways to have fun conversations around picture books with no words that develop early literacy skills such as vocabulary, sequencing, storytelling, and creativity. All of these skills will help little ones get ready to learn to read and ready for school.

'The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears'

Georgetown Book Club's October selection

Celebrate DC Reads with the Georgetown Book Club as we read and discuss this year's sel

Pop-Up Creations

Wednesdays in October at 4 p.m.

Have you ever wondered how a pop-up book or card is made?  Come learn how to make them every Wednesday in October at 4 p.m. at Pop-Up Creations, an arts and crafts program for children ages 8-12.  

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