Featured Collection May 2010
Spend time together as a family at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Discover new family programs, find unique dinner ideas and explore books, movies and music to enjoy together.
Sharing books can be a wonderful way for parents and kids to connect. Whether practicing skills, puzzling over a mini-mystery, revisiting old favorites or finding new ones, the titles below offer plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy a good book together.
Enjoying a home-cooked meal is a great way for a family to spend time together. Find ideas in these cookbooks from our extensive collection.
These fiction titles celebrate the ups and downs of family life.
These books contain all types of families, from fantastic to dysfunctional. Do you recognize yours?
In the 1970s and 80s, American punk bands' version of family life was full of henpecking parents, rebellious kids, and suburban boredom. Get your fill of dysfunction with these albums.
The next time you're dreading a family reunion or trying to avoid dinner with your cousins, just remember - other families have problems, too. Aren't you glad these people won't be invited to your little brother's graduation party?