Case professor Miriam Levin talks about how Paris became a modern city, the subject of an upcoming talk at the Lee Road library.
Heights Library director Nancy Levin talks about The Invention of Wings, which she listened to as an audio-book.
Julia and Amia Wheatley talk about Code Name Verity, a YA novel about young pilots and spies during WWII.
Julia and Shamekia talk about Spider Week at the library.
Julia and Author Daniel Coyle talks about his book The Talent Code, which is the subject of his upcoming author talk at the Coventry Village Branch on March 4th at 7 p.m.
Julia and Sheryl Banks, Marketing Manager at Heights Libraries, discuss Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens.
Julia and 3rd grade teacher Olivia Sonnefeld talk about Thunder Cake by Patricia Polacco, and the activities you can do with your children at home.
Have you ever read a book, and then watched the movie version only to be disappointed? You’re not alone. Film critic Robert Horton will lead a talk about why we’re so protective of our favorite books, and how film adaptations can show us a whole new side of a story.
Heights Libraries offers free delivery of library materials to permanently or temporarily home-bound community members. Ellen Paulini talks about how that service works.
Amy Rosenbluth from Lake Erie Ink talks about the Teen Poetry Slam, and why it is a unique experience for both teens and the audience.