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Thursday, April 23, 2015

The most timely sensitive book now:

Water: the fate of our most precious resource


Marq de Villiers published this book in the year of 2000. He suggested we should not take water for granted then 15 years ago. The subject of water has been much discussed lately due to years of drought in our state, California. The author's view on this precious resource seems more relevant ever. Read the book now; find it at our branch library.

Los Angeles Public Library
Cypress Park Branch Library
1150 Cypress Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90065
323-224-0039

Friday, April 17, 2015

Legally updated

Books in the subject area of legal and regulation matters expire constantly due to the constant changes, additions, and revisions from law disciplines and judicial institutes. Public libraries does not have the same level of resources as specialized Law Libraries; however, basic and popular law materials are part of the core collections on shelves.

Some of the newly arrived legal books this month, April, 2015, at Cypress Park Branch Library are:

How to Buy a House in California, 2015 15th edition and Quick & Legal Will Book, 2014 7th Edition. Both books are publication of Nolo.


Find these two practical materials at library's New Book Shelves. 

International cookery

Books on cooking are always popular with public and circulation never slowed down. The Food channel and other cooking programs on television only generate viewers' higher interest in trying home cooking. 

This month, Cypress Park Branch Library has received two books with international flavor on culinary recipes. 

New German Cooking by Jeremy & Jessica Nolen, is co-authored by the team of husband and wife, chef at Brauhaus Schmitz and Wurst Schmitz and pastry chef at Brauhaus Schmitz. 


Another home cook book by Anupty Singla is Indian for Everyone. Anupy Singla has become one of the country's foremost authorities on Indian food and cooking. 


Find these two delicious books at library's New Book Shelf location. For further assistance, visit Cypress Park Branch Library
1150 Cypress Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90065
323-224-0039

Friday, March 27, 2015

Teen Poetry Workshop with Luis J. Rodriguez

Cypress Park Library is proud to present a free, one-day poetry workshop with acclaimed poet & writer Luis J. Rodriguez.

This workshop is part of a series of workshops presented throughout the Los Angeles Public Library system in conjunction with Urban Word LA as part of the Los Angeles Youth Poet
Laureate contest.

All teen poets are encouraged to enter the Los Angeles Youth Poet Laureate contest. The winner will be named  LA Youth Poet Laureate and win a book deal to publish their first book of poems. For more information, please visit www.lapl.org/branches for address and directions to all the poetry workshops.

Luis J. Rodriguez is the Poet Laureate of Los Angeles selected in 2014 by Mayor Eric Garcetti. He is founding editor of Tia Chucha Press, now in its 25th year, and co-founder of Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural & Bookstore. He has fifteen books in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and children's literature, including the bestselling memoir, Always Running, La Vida Loca: Gang Days in L.A. and his short story collection The Republic of East L.A.



Health Living/Vida Saludable 
March 31, 2015 5:00pm/Martes, 31 de marzo de 5:00pm

Welcome to a healthier 2015! Learn how to make healthier choices and easy ways to stay fit in an informative and fun workshop. 

Each participant will receive free information and a prize for attending

Bienvenido a un 2015 más saludable! Aprenda cómo hacer decisiones más saludables y maneras fáciles de mantenerse en forma en un taller informativo y divertido!

Cada participante recibirá información gratuita.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Classic Books

What kind of books are considered Classic? Who selected the titles? How long is the list? There are too many answers for these simple but complex questions. Nevertheless, A classic should be an outstanding example of a particular style, something of lasting worth or with a timeless quality. In music, in literature, and in art. In general, this is not an unacceptable definition of "Classic", isn't it?

So, Classic Books are those books with lasting worth and timeless quality. At Cypress Park Branch Library, we reserved a specific shelf area just for the "Classic Books"; the collection serves as part of the core library collections, for general reading, for school assignment, and for the sake of humanity. 

Classic books in fact are very popular among readers. For this reason, copies of popular titles need constant maintenance due to torn pages, missing pages, and even water-damage. In many cases, library simply replace old or damaged items with brand new publications.

Here are only some of the new copies of Classic Books our branch has just added to Classic collection. If you could not find the titles you wished to read on our shelves,  tell Reference librarian, and we will find you a copy from other branch libraries or purchase a new copy. 

All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque


To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee




Go Ask Alice by Anonymous

 

Friday, March 13, 2015

Keep It Clean Storytime with Councilmember Cedillo

Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo, the LA Bureau of Sanitation, and the Los Angeles Public Library invite you to Keep It Clean Children's Storytime.

The fun begins at 11:30am on Saturday, March 21, 2015. Special guests include Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo and Sanitation department mascots Octoclean and Connie the Couch!


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Councilmember Cedillo will read the book Smash! Mash! Crash! There Goes the Trash by Barbara Odanaka. All children ages 5-10 in attendance will get a free copy of the book.  

Please RSVP to http://goo.gl/tgwHBh.

For more information, please contact Jose Rodriguez of Council District 1 at (323) 550-1538 or call the Cypress Park Branch Library at (323) 224-0039.