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What if all of Chicago read the same book? Imagine the Future with us as we read Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? in 2018-2019.
Learn about Passover foods in these books for kids.
by Alexa
Insects are slowly disappearing. Find out more about this unforeseen decline in articles Felicia recommends.
by Felicia
Kids and parents, check out our latest picks for good reading.
Take our challenge to find your inner poet!
Interested in the Chicago Humanities Springfest? Bring the discussion home by checking out some of these books.
Enjoy these audiobooks matched with some of our favorite recent podcasts.
DCASE Commissioner Mark Kelly shares a new book celebrating public art by talented Chicago artists.
Find the latest news about the science of the Earth and the environment in the April issue of EARTH. Available on RBdigital Magazines.
Apr 22nd | 2:00pm - 3:30pm
A community discussion follows this documentary addressing climate change and how Americans are working together to take action.
Teens, join us for this festival created by teens for teens, celebrating all things literature!
In observance of National Poetry Month, here are poetry books that have been in demand by our patrons lately.
Check out this month's recommendations from Chicago Public Library. Visit our Books page for previous lists of recommendations.
Families, we offer resources and story times for children on the autism spectrum.
The Pulitzer Prizes honor distinguished achievement in biography, fiction, general nonfiction, history and nonfiction.
The author will be honored October 10 at the Sandburg Dinner. Sociologist and writer Dr. Eve Ewing will receive the 21st Century Award.
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