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New For You!

New for You!

National Pet Day (February 20)

February 20 is National Love Your Pet Day. What kind of pet do you love?

February 20 is National Love Your Pet Day. What kind of pet do you love?
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February 20 is National Love Your Pet Day. What kind of pet do you love?

Soup & Sound

Book Corner: Celebrate Black History with Picture Books

Black History Month gives us the opportunity to celebrate black history and culture with some of these recently released books.

Retro Reads: Books from before 21st century

From OverDrive: Books from before the 21st century

Download and enjoy one of these eBooks or eAudiobooks that will bring back some major nostalgia.

Great Lives: Frederick Douglass

UMW Great Lives: Frederick Douglass

Thursday, February 27. Lecture by David W. Blight, author of "Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom".

Porter Branch Shelving Project

New Shelving Coming to Porter Branch

Porter Branch is getting new, bookstore-style shelving in the Children's Department!

OverDrive: Together We Read (2/19-3/4)

Together We Read: February 19-March 4

From February 19 to March 4, Lean on Me by Pat Simmons will be available with no waitlists or holds.

Adult Winter Reading Challenge Email Reminder

Adult Winter Reading Challenge: January 1-March 31

The Adult Winter Reading Challenge has begun. Sign up now, log books, and earn your travel mug!

Women in Jazz Concert/Lecture

Women in Jazz

March 2 & 8
Fredericksburg and Salem Church
Presented by master flutist Galen Abdur-Razzaq. Explore the history of women in jazz through lecture, trivia, and a live performance.

#ReadwithJenna Monthly Pick

#ReadWithJenna Book Club Pick for February

In this month's pick, a twelve-year-old boy struggles with the worst kind of fame as the sole survivor of a notorious plane crash.

Our Stories: The African American Experience for Teens 2019-2020

African American Experience for Teens

Young adult stories, both fiction and nonfiction, as experienced by African Americans.

eMag: Food Network

Download Food Network Magazine

Food Network Magazine is every food lover’s essential handbook. Each issue is packed with star recipes, behind-the-scenes scoops, and more.

African American History

Celebrate Heritage this Month

Attend a special event or browse our collection of resources and digital materials.

Hot New Titles for 2/18/2020

CRRL Picks: Hot New Titles 2/18/20

Just released Tuesday, February 18, these titles are ready for your requests!

Great Lives: American Duelists

UMW Great Lives: American Duelists

Thursday, February 20. Lecture by Joanne Freeman, author of "The Field of Blood: Congressional Violence in Antebellum America"

Teen Art Show Submissions (2/19-2/27)

Teen Art Show: Accepting Entries

Feb 19th | 12:00am - Feb 27th | 12:00am
Entries will be accepted beginning February 19. Drop your masterpiece off at the Fredericksburg Youth Service Desk!

The Harlem Renaissance

CRRL Picks: The Harlem Renaissance

Check out these books on the intellectual, social, and artistic explosion centered in New York City during the 1920s.

On Order

On Order

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Introducing the newest member of CRRL's team!

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