Beginning January 25, 2022, CLP items (books, movies and other materials) will no longer accrue overdue fines.
Nowhere Girl: A Memoir of a Fugitive Childhood, by Cheryl Diamond, is the story of growing up in circumstances that feel normal because they are all that she knows. Diamond … Continued
Following a Library program in 2021, Dr. Cynthia Cozette Lee was curious about the “Home Library” boxes that Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s librarians distributed between 1900 and 1915. She remembered … Continued
While we hope you’ll be able to explore the Black History Month book displays and resources in our branches this February, we also gathered and developed a variety of virtual … Continued
Right in between first chapter books and young adult are middle grade books. Intended for youth ages eight to twelve, this collection benefits its specific audience in several ways.
Wondering where to pick up your tax forms this year, or how to get assistance preparing and filing your taxes? This short guide will give you the information you need to prepare and file your 2021 taxes this season.
Join us for a book discussion on With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo, on Thursday, January 20th, 2022, at 5:30 pm. Acevedo’s multi-award winning book is about Afro-Latinx high school senior Emoni, who is a … Continued
Whether you have been struggling in your job search for a while or just beginning it, there are inevitable ups and downs. You can have hope and excitement one day, … Continued
Whether you’re newly emigrated to Pittsburgh, or looking to communicate with ESL neighbors, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh can help!