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The Real Georgia

Some places always get a bad rap.  Sometimes they deserve the bad reputation, but every place has many good people in it as well. I was born and raised in Georgia so I know it well.

Signature of All Things

Dream Faraway

Let your imagination have at it conjuring up the images and feelings from these novels. A wide range of emotions as well as personal, social and political experiences are explored giving the reader a window into other cultures and points of view. The signature of all things by Elizabeth Gilbert   

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Live Free or Die

How does the desire to be free drive human beings to do extraordinary feats of love and courage? When a person’s freedom is abridged or violated, their pursuit of happiness is cut off. Choices then have to be may to secure freedom, a natural right endowed on all life.

Silmarillion

On to the Next Game (of Thrones)

Upcoming Fantasy Adaptations to Fill the Game of Thrones-Sized Hole In Your Heart

With HBO’s mega-hit Game of Thrones about to begin its eighth and final season, television networks and streaming platforms are looking to fill the inevitable void that will be left when the juggernaut fantasy series concludes in May. The success of Thrones, based off of George R.R.

New At Capitol View

Welcome back to Capitol View Library!  If you have not yet already visited the fully renovated library, we invite you grab a friend and bring the whole family to check out the space, take in some of the fantastic new art pieces, and participate in all of the exciting new programs.  Listed below you will find a sampling of some of the engaging new programming being offered.  For a full listing of all programs, including dates and times programs are being offered, please view our

The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory

Going to the Chapel

Spring is here and along with rebirth, allergies and warmer weather, another wedding season is beginning.  From field settings to islands, dresses to cakes, and fake relationships to dead bodies, DC Public Library has books from a variety of genres that are set at or centered around weddings. The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory

April in Paris

Storied Paris

New Fiction for Springtime Reading

Cosmopolitan, sensual, violent, beautiful and romantic, are all words that could be used for Paris, France, historically and currently.  Try these five new novels for springtime and glimpse a Paris that is these things and more.  Happy reading!

The Blue Collar President by Anthony Scaramucci cover

From Politics to Paperback

Former White House staffers who prove sometimes (alternative) fact is stranger than fiction.

The turnover rate of this administration is higher than a fast food joint right before the school year starts and these people had something to say about it. The Blue Collar President by Anthony Scaramucci

Women to Know bulletin board

Saying Farewell to Women's History Month

With a Peek at Our Displays!

As Women's History Month draws to an end, we wanted to share some of the beautiful bulletin boards our staff created for those who haven't been for a visit recently to see them in person. Featuring influential women of the past and present, these displays have been a highlight of the first floor all month long. 

Annotated African American Folktales cover

World Folklore

Adult collections of tales and myths

Enjoy folktales from around the world!  If you're looking to explore more about your heritage or simply curious, you'll have a rich reading experience. Below are a selection of titles available to check out from the library system.

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