The Prince George’s County Memorial Library System and Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission present “The Elephant We Don’t See: A Diversity Dialogue” every last Tuesday of the month. Michelle Hamiel and Kyla Hanington discuss equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism with books as a launch point. Watch event HERE at […]
This is specifically design for Teens who like to read and Love art. we will discuss a selected book and use it as inspiration to create a piece of art. Register Here.
Maggie Thrash is the author of the critically-acclaimed graphic memoirs “Honor Girl” (a Los Angeles Times Book Prize nominee) and “Lost Soul, Be At Peace”. Their fiction works include the noir-ish mysteries “Strange Truth” and “Strange Lies,” which are set at an oppressive Southern prep school. On their podcast Creep […]
Would you like to have a virtual class visit from a debut Young Adult author? This is your chance! Join us for a conversation with Candice Iloh, a first generation Nigerian-American author and dancer based in Philadelphia, PA. She is a writer, teaching artist, and youth educator. She has performed […]
In Pain by Travis Rieder is a memoir of opioid dependence and withdrawal — a call for change not only for government but medicine itself, revealing the lack of crucial resources and structures to handle this nationwide epidemic. The author shares his experiences with opioids and examines the problems facing […]
Tuesday Night Special: A Book Club for Teens/Adults with Special Needs. An invitation to join this online program will be sent to participants after they register. Caregivers welcome. Registration open at 2:00pm Tuesday, March 16, 2021
In early 2020, the Hispanic literary community led an important national dialogue about the importance of “own voices” literature and inequities in the publishing industry. Leading and award-winning contemporary Latin American writers gather to discuss their perspectives on the importance of own voices narratives in providing representation for readers. This […]
‘Tiger Girl and the Candy Kid‘ chronicles the lives of Margaret and Richard Whittemore, two kids growing up in Baltimore with big dreams of a lavish lifestyle. These dreams would lead them to New York to become true 1920s gangsters, stealing over $1 million of diamonds and jewels before […]