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Doggie Diaries V: Adventures at the Library

From Ava’s Diary: Wednesday September 15, 2010

Armand Lakner Talk

Local author Armand Lakner gave a passionate talk about his book "From Mauthausen to the Moon" on Sept. 15 at the Chevy Chase Library.  The novel is based upon incidents in Lakner's life as a survivor of two and a half years in Nazi concentration camps who came to America to work for NASA.  Copies of the book are available at the library.  If you'd like us to hold a copy for you, call the Information Desk at 282-3118. 

October Book Club Selection: "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close"

The Chevy Chase DC Library's book club selection for October is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer.  

Author Talk

The Chevy Chase Library is pleased to announce that David Shaman, author of The World Bank Unveiled: Inside the Revolutionary Struggle for Transparancywill be giving an author talk at our branch on Monday, September 20th at 7 pm. Mr. Shaman will be reading from his book and answering questions from readers.

Doggie Diaries II: Adventures at the Library

From Nessie's Diary: Wednesday, September 1, 2010Greetings! Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Nessie. I am 10. I am white, soft, and fluffy. I am a PAL dog.

Bogotá: The Art of Transformation

Forget what you used to know about Bogota, Colombia.  Fifteen years ago it was considered one of the world's worst cities.   Today, thanks to several remarkable mayors who thought way outside the box, Bogota is a city transformed.  The changes have been dramatic and inspiring.  Our library is featuring a display on this transformation through October 15. 

Take Time to Read

Cooler days are coming, and what better time of year to sit and enjoy reading in the lush greenery of our Reading Garden?   If you haven't tried it yet, give yourself a little treat.  Come, sit and read a while!