Do you love cookies, cakes, pies and other baked goods?
If you want to learn how to bake or if you just want to explore new recipes, visit the specially assembled display of baking books behind the library's main desk, and check out an assortment of books on baking.
The books selected by the staff of the Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library will be available throughout the month of November.
Your library has a great collection of cookbooks of all kinds to help you in your culinary adventures.
We all love to read a book with characters similar to ourselves. The fun that they have, the friends they hang around, the ups and downs of life are all similar to our own experiences. These featured titles discuss different aspects of Black women's lives.
Waiting to Exhale By: Terry McMillan
Did you know that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime? October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Visit and check out the thoughtful assortment of up to date books on display, presented by staff of the Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library during October 2017. Your local library is a great place to research health and wellness materials of all kinds
I have gone to the Books for the Beast Young Adult Literature conference so often that I forgot when I first starting going. I highly recommend it; it's wonderful! The following books that I read were in the "At Odds" category, which means the main character was at odds with another character, a situation, or both.
It is that time of year again, the beginning of a new school year. For some parents and children this tradition has become routine, and for others it is the very first stage of growing and going to school for the very first time. This joyous list of books is sure to help parents calm children of their first day jitters and show them how much fun they will have on their first day of school and onward.
Summer is coming to an end, which means a new school year is right around the corner. This time of year can cause anxiety in those moving to a new classroom. These titles remind us that we can all conquer the dreaded first day.
First Day JittersBy: Julie Danneburg
This summer, DC Public Library has teamed up with the National Building Museum to create reading lists that connect our summer reading theme, "Build a Better World", to their mission to advance the quality of the built environment by educating people about its impact on their lives.