With the days shrinking ever shorter and darker, it’s nice to dream of spring and sunshine and warmth — and baseball. While our Nats didn’t meet their lofty expectations in 2013, we can still hope for a successful 2014 season.
You are cordially invited to attend free, drop in computer classes at Southwest Library on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to noon. The December schedule offers:Introduction to Personal Computers (Dec. 3)Internet Basics (Dec. 10)District of Columbia Public Library website (Dec. 17)Classes will resume with email basics on Jan. 7, 2014.
Your Thanksgiving get-together may seem manageable after watching this 1967 classic featuring Sidney Poitier and an unexpected dinner guest!Join us at Southwest Library on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 2 p.m., for a pre-holiday film screening.
Some young readers have always loved non-fiction--after all, nonfiction is the home of books about dinosaurs, space, paper airplane building and many other fascinating topics. On the other hand, those who love story-telling and narrative may have a preference for fiction. These days, though, all kinds of young readers are likely to encounter more nonfiction due to the adoption of the Common Core curriculum framework in many schools. Here are a variety of nonfiction titles for all ages and interests--and not one reads like a textbook!