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women history month

Women's History Month Film! Grrrl Love and Revolution: Riot Grrrl New York City

Grrrl Love and Revolution: Riot Grrrl New York CityThis film is showing at   Petworth Library Saturday, March 26th at 2:00 p.m.  Northwest One Library Tuesday, March 29th at 6:30 p.m. Mt. Pleasant Library Thursday, March 31st at 7:00 p.m.

Income Tax Prep Assistance

Please Stay Tuned

Dates and Locations for Tax Prep assistance are still being finalized. Please check back January 11, 2016.

scavenger hunt

Teen Read Week: Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

October 19 & 20, 2015

To celebrate Teen Read Week the Northwest One Neighborhood Library is hosting a Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt. The hunt will begin on October 19 and end on October 20. Ask library staff for a book scavenger hunt clue sheet and return to staff once completed.  1st Place Winner: Headphones, a free book, and an aluminum water bottle2nd Place Winner: Headphones and a free book3rd Place Winner: Headphones

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Uh...What Was That?

Books that boggle the mind.

I've read a few books in my lifetime that, try as I might to stretch my imagination, I just can't get my head around. These are books that are so weird and so puzzling, I can't help but wonder if my reading comprehension is not what it used to be. By no means am I saying that the books are terrible. Quite the contrary. It's just whenever I think of the books, I end up with more questions than answers. Below are a list of books that I think are worth the read, but (cue Keanu Reeves:) "Whoa!"

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Matriarchal Societies in Fiction

Novels set in women-ruled societies

Ever wonder what the world be like if females were the dominant sex? By dominant, I mean if women held the marjority of political offices, were CEO's, and dominated the science and technology fields. I'm sure you have. We all have. A few authors have even gone as far as to write about it! Here are a few books set in matriarchal societies.

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Summer Reading Prize Winners

Congratulations!

Congratulations from the Northwest One staff to all of our Summer Readers! This year we are especially proud of our three grand prize winners; Layla, Aniya, and Steven. Layla won a Kindle Fire! Aniya received an amazing pair of Beats by Dre headphones! Steven was excited to win a new Kindle! Thank you all for your participation. We had a great summer hearing about all the books you read. Join us next year for summer reading and you too could win incredible prizes!

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Ruben Castaneda Author Talk

'S Street Rising'

Join author Ruben Castaneda on July 30 at 7 p.m. as he shares his professional experiences around S Street NW as a crime reporter in late 1980s and 1990s Washington.  S Street Rising is a study of the city itself as it tried to rise above an era of crime and violence that earned Washington the title of “Murder Capital.”

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Read This NOT That!

Overrated books with a much better alternative

Ever read a book that people made such a big deal over only to be disappointed? Maybe you loved the genre or the story, but the delivery just wasn't good enough. Check out these popular (perhaps overrated) books with a better alternative.

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Read This NOT That!

Episode 6: Female Comedians

This episode is LONG overdue. Sorry for the delay!

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This Week's Pick!

'The Monstrumologist' by Rick Yancey

The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey is a very interesting version of a horror story -- even introducing a type of creature that may or may not have even existed.

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