To call attention to the increasing number of attempted book bans in the past few years, and to celebrate some of our favorite banned books, join us for one of our 30 Books in 30 Minutes programs.
Life is hard. Perhaps flipping through the zany escapades in one of these books will better equip you to embrace the absurd nature of existence. Maybe it’ll just be a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is proud to partner with Violins of Hope to bring movement-based workshops, music performances and a panel discussion centered on themes of inclusion, hope and so much more to five library branches.
Trees are such an important part of our outdoor world and taking the time to look closely at them truly brings out their power. These books look at the remarkable relationships that can happen between humans and trees.
Banned Books Week is October 1-7. As CLP celebrates the right to read, check out the below is a list of adult graphic novel titles that have been challenged, banned, or censored over the past few years.
Banned Books Week is October 1-7 2023. As CLP celebrates the right to read, check out the below is a list of adult fiction titles that have been challenged, banned, or censored over the past few years.
Change can be hard. Transitions require time and energy and there’s not always a straight line from start to finish. Take a peek at the titles below and spend some time talking about how to put your best foot forward—and how to make the best of things when they don’t turn out quite how you’d have liked.
Banned Books Week is October 1-7. As CLP celebrates the right to read, check out the list below of children’s titles that have been challenged, banned, or censored over the past few years.
You’ve probably heard of ChatGPT and AI, but do you know how it works? Join us for a virtual panel discussion on Zoom with experts in the field discussing the exciting possibilities and challenges in this transformative field on Wednesday, September 27th at 6:00 PM. Check out a few book recommendations below that discuss AI in nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, and you can always search for more through our Catalog.