More than 60,000 Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders call Charlotte home, representing more than 20 different languages and groups.
The numbers are in! Here are Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's most popular books (by combined digital and print check-outs through Nov. 30) of 2018.
Get out your wands and your spell books because these books are downright magical!
Writer Andrew Shaffer’s new novel is an implausible but banter-filled mystery presenting Barack Obama and Joe Biden acting as amateur detectives.
Dana Eure, the Library's Associate Director of Lifelong Learning, made a guest appearance on WCNC's "Charlotte Today" on Thursday, April 12, 2018 and in support of NC Science Festival celebrated in April, she shared six books about science/STEM. Click for Library availability.
It’s still getting darker earlier, and the temperatures continue to drop. We have made it to a new year and January is the perfect time of year share a fun book with family, while making paper snowflakes while staying warm this winter. Below are some perfect picture books to share with your little ones-- toddlers through first grade.
Enjoy the following selections, written by our 5 contest winners from the Matthews Flash Fiction Writing Contest.
The best part about writing fiction, is that a lot of books can be versatile for what age group they meet. This booklist contains adult fiction that is appropriate and relatable for teenagers aged 16 and up.
April is National Autism Awareness Month, and with it comes many ways of sharing information about autism with our teen community. To support those with Autism, and to share stories about autism, we have put together a book list for teens to read about autism.