East Baton Rouge Parish Library

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Jul 22
End of Summer Reading Children’s Parties

Games! Spacewalk! Clowns! Face painting! Refreshments! Prizes! There will be tons of fun to celebrate the end of summer!

End of Summer Reading Children’s Parties

Games! Spacewalk! Clowns! Face painting! Refreshments! Prizes! There will be tons of fun to celebrate the end of summer!


Jul 19

Check out these photos from one of our Carver Reading Cubs days!


Jul 18

We’re loving today’s Google Doodle honoring the 96th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth with these inspirational quotes from the famed leader. Join us this Tuesday, July 22, at 7 p.m. at the Main Library for the Compassionate Book Club discussion of Mandela’s Way: Fifteen Lessons on Life, Love, and Courage by Richard Stengel. 


Jul 17
oupacademic:

How authors from Dickens to Dr Seuss invented the words we use every day, including butterfingers, chintzy, chortle, and factoid.

Chortle!

oupacademic:

How authors from Dickens to Dr Seuss invented the words we use every day, including butterfingers, chintzy, chortle, and factoid.

Chortle!


Join us for French Book Club tonight at 7 p.m. at the Main Library! We’ll be discussing Bonjour tristesse by Françoise Sagan.

Join us for French Book Club tonight at 7 p.m. at the Main Library! We’ll be discussing Bonjour tristesse by Françoise Sagan.

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#tbt Staff at the original Main Library on Laurel Street in 1955

#tbt Staff at the original Main Library on Laurel Street in 1955


Jul 16

fer1972:

Realistic Drawings by Marcello Barenghi

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Jul 15

continuants:

cbsundance:

sslibrarianship:

historybyzim:

Orange is the New Black explaining the fun that is the Dewey Decimal System!

we need some READ posters featuring the OITNB ladies

Birding: 598.072

yessssss

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Jul 14


usnatarchivesexhibits:

Bastille Day - 1920, 07/14/1920.
Item From: Records of the U.S. Senate. (1789-2011).
Today is France’s Independence Day known as Bastille Day. The cartoonist is showing America’s support of France following World War I.
Source: http://go.usa.gov/DXMz

usnatarchivesexhibits:

Bastille Day - 1920, 07/14/1920.

Item From: Records of the U.S. Senate. (1789-2011).

Today is France’s Independence Day known as Bastille Day. The cartoonist is showing America’s support of France following World War I.

Source: http://go.usa.gov/DXMz

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Jul 9
Booking It with Baby Tour

Big Baby’s back in Baton Rouge! The fourth annual Booking It with Baby literacy tour starts tomorrow, July 10, and runs through Saturday the 12th.

Booking It with Baby Tour

Big Baby’s back in Baton Rouge! The fourth annual Booking It with Baby literacy tour starts tomorrow, July 10, and runs through Saturday the 12th.


Jul 7
Jones Creek Is Turning 24!

The Jones Creek Regional Branch Library is celebrating 24 years of service to the community, and we want you…

Jones Creek Is Turning 24!

The Jones Creek Regional Branch Library is celebrating 24 years of service to the community, and we want you…


Jul 6

ebrpl-teens:

Book Buds at Zachary Library, helping their little buds with their reading skills.


Jul 5

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