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Booktalking "50 Ways to Protect Your Identity and Credit" by Steve Weisman

Common-sense steps that individuals can take to avoid becoming victims of identity theft. Read More ›

Booktalking "Inexcusable" by Chris Lynch

According to Keir, Gigi misunderstood what happened, did not speak up, or both, and everything was fine.Read More ›

Booktalking "Girl Online" by Zoe Sugg

Penny shares her thoughts in her blog under the alias Girl Online. Anytime something momentous happens in her life, she chronicles the events in public to her fans.Read More ›

Indie Author Fair @ the Bronx Library Center: Calling All Writers and Readers!

On October 8, 2016, the Bronx Library Center will be joining libraries across North America in the Inaugural Indie Author Day—an event designed to bring the local writing community together. Read More ›

Booktalking "Being Jazz" by Jazz Jennings

Ever since she was little, Jazz knew she was a girl, despite being designated male at birth.Read More ›

Bronx Library Center's 6th Annual Job Expo

This is an opportunity to meet with over 40 employers. There will also be several workshops providing valuable information and insight on Interviewing Skills, IT Training and Employment, Re-Entering The Workforce, Financial Security, Resume Writing and Dressing for Success.Read More ›

Booktalking "Your Evil Twin" by Bob Sullivan

Identity theft proliferates and is rarely ever prosecuted. Learn how to keep your information out of the wrong hands.Read More ›

Booktalking "The Mentor Myth" by Debby Carreau

Mentors can assist you with charting your career path, but you must remain at the helm of your life and career.Read More ›

Booktalking "Dangerous Instincts" by Mary Ellen O'Toole

Individuals with antisocial personality disorder lack empathy for others, and they are concerned solely with their own desires and needs. Read More ›

Nice Companies Finish First by Peter Shankman

Being nice may actually help companies get ahead: happy customers are good for business.Read More ›

Ep. 40 "I Am Her Most Important Teacher" | Library Stories

When Alina Baez became a mother, she signed up for the Family Literacy Workshop at the Bronx Library Center and started discovering tips for building a strong platform for language and learning.Read More ›

Elisa's Favorite Quotes From Recent Reads

Thinking about the power of words, characters, and their impact on reading.Read More ›

Booktalking "A Fractured Mind" by Robert Oxnam

This is the true story of someone with Dissociative Identity Disorder.Read More ›

Booktalking "The Running Dream" by Wendelin Van Draanen

Jessica dreams of running, and the track team of raising enough money for her prosthetic leg.Read More ›

Booktalking "The Art of Being Normal" by Lisa Williamson

Two kids learning about themselves and how they fit in the world.Read More ›

Summer Reading Kickoff 2016 at Edenwald

The kickoff event in the Bronx featured singing, dancing, and of course—reading.Read More ›

Booktalking "The Half Life of Molly Pierce" by Katrina Leno

A fascinating and realistic portrayal of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID).Read More ›

Booktalking The Prison Book Club by Ann Walmsley

A woman's discoveries while volunteering in a prison book club.Read More ›

Booktalking "If I Was Your Girl" by Meredith Russo

Andrew Hardy awakens in a hospital bed in the aftermath of his suicide attempt. If being a boy caused him to want to die, perhaps there is a different reality in store for him. Read More ›

Desfile Puertorriqueño | Puerto Rican Day Parade

Every year on the eve of the second Sunday of the month of June New York City holds the National Puerto Rican day parade. This is a celebration that takes over the entire city, fills it with beautiful events, festivals that display the beauty of the Puerto Rican culture.Read More ›
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