Join the Virtual Book Club this July for a book discussion about The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson. A haunting novel spanning several generations, The Seed Keeper follows a Dakhóta … Continued
If you or someone you know needs help learning to use a computer, you are not alone. Every year, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh helps thousands of adults across the city … Continued
Reading as little as five books over the summer months helps kids and teens beat the “summer slide” and retain the skills they learned during the school year.
Summer means many things: longer days, (hopefully) plenty of sunshine, and many occasions to gather with loved ones. Whether we are celebrating holidays, graduations, or just the weekend, there is no shortage of reasons to come together. The Library is a great resource to get you started on planning all your summer soirees, big and small.
Welcome to #CLPSpotlights, our monthly series highlighting individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community. This month, we interviewed Dan from from the Millvale Community Library’s Tool Library. Patrons … Continued
We are excited to introduce a single-search box that makes searching our databases easier and more like search engines we are used to using on the Internet. To get started, … Continued
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh celebrates the work of John Kane (1869-1934) along with the Senator John Heinz History Center exhibit
John Kane was a Scottish-born American immigrant, and fellow Pittsburgher, recognized for his folk-art or primitive style portrayed through American landscapes and portraits. The exhibit explores “the gripping story of … Continued
Join us virtually on Thursday, June 16th, from 5:30-6:30 pm for a lively discussion of The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo. At once feminist high fantasy and … Continued
As the school year winds down, it’s a perfect time to get into the summer reading mindset. Some kids might look forward to diving into their favorite chapter books, and some kids might need a little extra help to find just the right book. Nonfiction titles are a great option for engaging reluctant readers, and come in a variety of styles.