Carole and LP talk about what makes a folk hero, and how Joan of Arc is a prime example.
Julia and L.P. talk about adult summer reading, as well as some tips for powering through a challenging book this summer.
Monica, a youth services associate at the Noble Neighborhood branch, talks about practicing oral traditions in a true storytelling series for teens.
Constance Dickerson talks about what makes her Noble Neighborhood branch unique: the Welcome Hub, a community building program for recent immigrants to the area.
Lauren Saeger talks about Summer Reading, a program for our friends ages 0-100, with prizes, new books, and programs around the theme, Heroes and Legends.
Aurora Martinez talks about what makes her branch in University Heights unique, with updates about renovations and how they’ll handle the new influx of high-schoolers at Wiley.
Carole Wallencheck talks about Orlando by Virginia Woolf, a novel about gender-blending and time-travel, and the topic of the upcoming Original Voices Book Club.
Have you been to the Coventry Village Branch recently? Branch manager Pat Gray talks about what makes Coventry unique: a branch inspired by the neighborhood it resides in.
Eric Litschel talks about riding the Book Bike. If you’re interested in volunteering to ride the Book Bike to community events, come give it a test ride at the Lee Road branch on May 23.
Martha Goble of Heights Community Congress discusses an upcoming interactive forum on educational redlining and school ratings.