Durham County Library will host author Catherine W. Bishir for a discussion of her book, Crafting Lives: African American Artisans in New Bern, North Carolina, 1770-1900, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 13, at the Southwest Regional Library, 3605 Shannon Rd. A book signing will follow the reading.
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Teens are invited to participate in a variety of STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) programs this summer at Main Library. If registration is required, click the link for the date for which you want to register. Photo-o-genic Wednesdays, Jul. 9, Jul. 30 ~ 2 – 3 p.m. Use digital cameras to capture sights and sounds. […]
Durham County Library will host Garage Band Jam (GBJ) Fridays at 3 p.m. beginning July 11 at the Main Library, 300. N. Roxboro Street. Concerts will be held on the lawn.
Be Book Smart began June 18, and invites customers nationwide to give $3 at any Macy’s register in-store, to help provide a book for a child and get $10 off a purchase of $30 or more. Macy’s will donate 100 percent of every $3 to Reading is Fundamental. The campaign ends July 13.
Yokozawa is starting to accept that his relationship with Takano was never meant to be and now he has moved on to be with Kirishima. Yokozawa has become quite used to the routine of hanging out and almost living with Kirishima, but the happy story was soon to change into yet more unfolding drama. Not […]
Celebrate the mid-point of Summer Reading 2014 with a week of Science Fiction movies. Each day during the week of July 7, we’ll be showing a different sci-fi movie at a different DCL location. Note: Due to licensing restrictions, we are unable to list the titles of the movies on this page. For information on what […]
Until page 166, we shared two different narratives: • 3rd person omnipotent telling the story of Sarah, a victim of the Velodrome d’ Hiver roundup; • 1st person of a 45 year old American journalist who is married to a Frenchman, mother of preteen, experience trouble in her marriage, who has been assigned to write […]
Well, better late than never, and well worth taking the time to read this well-known book by Obama, published in 2006. One of the most interesting aspects for me came about precisely because I read it so long after it was written — pondering Obama’s views of 8 years ago in light of his subsequent […]
Sisters — Nancy Jensen Incest, murder by faking a suicide by hanging, desertion, despair, anger, forced marriage, homosexuality, pride, suburban wife slaving for her husband, Vietnam War, estrangement, death—SECRETS. I should have expected this dismal story from the cover art—two broken tea cups. Any redeeming reason to read this book—Theme – share information, tell the […]
To begin it was an interesting read and as new characters were introduced it got even better as you read about Dade’s adventures. In some parts it’s kind of lacking, but all in all still decent. Find in catalog