At the last meeting of the Bring Your Own Book Club, a bunch of book lovers chatted about the books we’ve all been reading lately. Looks like we’ll be doing it again on February 11th if you’d like to join …
Mondays, December 06 - March 14, 7:00 PM.
Today, superheroes rule the big screen. But that isn't a new phenomenon. Each week this winter, join us on our Facebook page for online screenings of the classic serial adventures of Batman, Captain America, The Green Hornet, and Captain Marvel.
Sarai, a first generation Puerto Rican, who is the first person in her family to graduate 8th grade, tells this novel in verse.
Each week we're recommending a movie from the film lover's favorite home video company, Criterion. The Criterion Collection is dedicated to gathering the greatest films from around the world and publishing them in editions of the highest technical quality with supplemental features that enhance the appreciation of the art of film. This week, Certain Women.
Young fans of Godzilla and King Kong have often been disappointed in the lack of children's books featuring monsters from the big screen. Finally, we have an answer for the three and under crowd- and even better- two famous monsters appear side-by-side.
Friday, March 04, 2022, 11:00 AM.
Can’t make it to LitWorks Teen Book Fest on Saturday, March 5th? Get a peek into our celebration of young adult reading by joining in on a Zoom Chat with author Lucy Christopher.
Fatima has always known that the seed found her, rather than the other way around. When a powerful politician catches wind of Fatima’s special seed, he offers a great deal of money to her family for it. Fatima’s parents sell her seed, unaware of the unspeakable consequences to come.
Let's talk about Bruno! And Mirabel, and Félix... and Luisa... and Julieta... and Dolores... and all the other family members in the Madrigal family... including the house itself! (Though I will admit that Bruno is my favorite!)
Kate Baer is no stranger to social media. And like many other women writers, she is no stranger to messages in her inbox. Many, many messages. Some uplifting, about how her poetry and writing has validated and empowered aspects of their lives.
Battle of the Books competition officially opens next Wednesday with the Practice Battle. During the Practice Battle the rules will be reviewed and your team competes against the other school’s teams- just like a real battle. The Practice Battle points …
This book of poetry is about feminism, race, and queer identity. It is also a journey to find healing, truth, and belonging.
Join us in the Eisenhower Library Book Club Group on Facebook, a place to read and discuss books with our community. We'll choose a new book every month and share discussion questions, author interviews, recommended read-a-likes, and anything else we can think of to enhance your reading experience.