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Letters About Literature - Our Winners

Friday, 10 February 2012 15:39 Written by
This year, the American Library in Paris participated for the first time ever in the Letters About Literature contest created by the Library of Congress. The idea was for school-age children to write to an author who has changed the reader somehow, or changed their view of the world. We've…

The First Ever Haunted Library: A Grand Success

Wednesday, 09 November 2011 18:10 Written by
This year we had over 200 people attend our annual Halloween party and another 100 people took tours through our haunted maze. We couldn't have organized these events without the help of our wonderful volunteers, so thank you! Pictured above is the Haunted Library team, including: Jennifer Dobson Salome Mirigay…
The small, independently owned bookstore is staging a modest rebirth amid a killer economy By Neely Tucker, for The Washington Post The brick-and-mortar bookstore is, like most of the economy, dead or close to it. See: Amazon, growth of. See: Borders, tanking of. Everybody knows this. So here’s Eileen McGervey,…