Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Library

Takeout service available Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Closed from 2 - 3 p.m.every day for sanitizing.

'Seraphina' by Rachel Hartman

Seraphina is set in a world where two species co-exist: dragons and humans. Dragons, powerful creatures with mathematical minds, are able to take human form to interact with people; they reject all emotions as weakness, to the point of excising them from their brains.

'Mrs. Lincoln's Rival' by Jennifer Chiaverini

Staff recommendation

In her new novel, Mrs. Lincoln's Rival, Jennifer Chiaverini returns to Civil War era Washington, D.C.

'Ripley Under Ground' by Patricia Highsmith

Staff recommendation

No other writer can write a gruesome story about a disturbing main character who commits terrible acts and still command sympathy from the reader.

Digital Kids

New all ages storytime featuring e-books, music and more

Starting this month, we have a new Digital Storytime at Cleveland Park every other Sunday at 1:30 p.m. (Dates in February: Feb. 9 and Feb. 23)

New African American History Titles

Black History Month

Check out these 2014 African-American history titles for a wealth of historical and contemporary facts:


Award Winning Young Fiction Writers series continues

This month, we’re reading Karen Russell’s Swamplandia!, a dark and crazy romp through the contemporary Florida Everglades.  The book was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2012, and last year the author was awarded a MacArthur Foundation “genius grant.” Raised in Miami, Russell has

Job Seekers Clinic: Tuesday, Feb. 4

300 Best Jobs without a Four-Year Degree

Are you not planning to attend college after high school?  Did you complete vocational school or received an associate's degree?  Looking for a good job that doesn't require a college degree?

ReelAbilities Film Festival at DC Public Library

DC Public Library will be participating in the ReelAbilities Disabilities Film Festival again this year.

'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' by Moshin Hamid

The Reluctant Fundamentalist grabbed me right away because of the perspective between the reader and the narrator of the story.

Kid's Graphic Novel Book Club: January Meeting

The January meeting of the Kid's Graphic Novel Book Club will be on Jan.