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My New Year’s resolution to read more isn’t coming along very well. Can the Library help?

Never fear!  The Dallas Public Library offers inspiration and motivation. Did you know that we host more than 15 book clubs?  You can find a complete list on our homepage at http://dallaslibrary2.org/services/readersAdvisoryBookClubs.php. You can also visit our readers’ advisory page at … Continue reading

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Making Diversity A Fine Art

The Skillman Southwestern Branch Book Club Celebrates 13 Years! Variety may be the secret behind the long, successful life of the Skillman Southwestern Book Club. Established a couple years after the opening of the branch in the mid-nineties, the club … Continue reading

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Calling All Mystery Lovers!

The Kleberg Rylie Branch’s Clueless Book Discussion Group has been meeting since the library first opened in 1995! The mystery book club, led by staff member Chris Gifford, meets the 1st Saturday of every month, and will be gathering again … Continue reading

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Highland Hills Branch has started a new Staff Book Club!

Our first book was Fortunate Son by Walter Mosley Staff enjoyed reading this book; yet being torn with mixed emotions as both boys grew up facing many challenges; some very devastating. This book is a very good read; filled with … Continue reading

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