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Used Book Sale at Malaga Cove Library March 17 and 18

Spring is almost here - the perfect time to pick up some great deals at the used book sale this weekend at Malaga Cove Library, sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Browse among more than 25,000 books, CDs, and DVDs. You'll find a large selection of like-new books for children and adults, and books about Asian art and antiques. Teachers get 20% off with ID.  Here...
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Living History Museum Brings African American Heroes to Life

Twenty-seven enthusiastic students from grades K through 8 participated in the Living History Museum of African American Heroes at the Peninsula Center Library on February 22 and 25. This marks the eighth year that the library has hosted this event, in which the students portray the African Americans who inspire them. In addition to the child historian/actors, 9 teen docents--many of whom were once participants themselves--were on hand to help the students and serve as guides for the museum. ...
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Used Book Sale at Peninsula Center Library, March 2 - 5

March on over to the Peninsula Center Library this weekend for the Used Book Sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Library. March specials include how-to books on knitting and other handicrafts, books for young readers of all ages and reading levels, and thousands of books for rainy day reading. Here...
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Life Member Reception

The Friends of the Library hosted over 45 Friends Life Members at an afternoon reception on Sunday, February 12.  It was a wonderful party with great food and great friends coming together to support the library. The Friends extend their deep gratitude for all these generous members who support the library in a big way. To see photos of the event, go to the flicker album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/peninsulafriendsofthelibrary/albums/72157676909533553
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Author Natalie Baszile shares her novel Queen Sugar with the community

For this year’s One Book One Peninsula event, Palos Verdes native Natlie Baszile came home to talk about her debut novel Queen Sugar—its southern identity and how it was adapted for a popular TV series on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The Francis Young Hall at the South Coast Botanic Garden was full on Saturday afternoon, February 4. Readers and friends enjoyed sipping refreshing Queen Sugar Quenchers provided by the Palos Verdes School Gardens while listening to the author. Natalie grew ...
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