Our expert library staff have compiled for you their favorites in a variety of categories, from the best new cookbooks to breakout films and novels, plus great titles for kids, and so much more. Just click HERE and dive in!
Celebrate the Season: Favorite Tales of Joy, Love, Horror & Absurdity
If you are a fan of cozy winter tales, with plenty of meet-cutes and happy endings, the first half of this list is for you. If you lean more toward the Grinch before his heart grew three sizes, the second half of the list is all yours. There is hilarity to be found in those honest tales of holiday chaos. Either way, grab yourself a hot mug, find a comfy spot, and get into the holiday spirit with these great reads.
Kids & Teens: Win Cool Prizes During Winter Reading Challenge
This year’s theme, Read for a Better World, is a fun and thought-provoking challenge to youth of all ages, encouraging them to explore joyful stories of diversity, learn empathy for others, and discover characters in fiction and nonfiction who inspire, uplift, and help us to better understand our big, beautiful world!
Winter Reading Challenge takes place throughout the month of January. To participate, kids & teens (including babies) up to grade 12 must read (or be read to) for 5 hours (or 300 minutes). Keep track of their reading online through Beanstack or download their easy-to-use app. Don’t miss the fun! (En Español)
Thank You for Making Us “Best of Las Vegas” Again!
We are so proud to once again be among the Best of Las Vegas winners. We hope you will visit our 12 beautiful and thought-provoking art galleries.
And next September, be sure to catch Summerlin Library’s Fall Festival & Craft Fair. In the meantime, check out our fascinating monthly programs HERE!
Two Appearances by Historian & Author Abdur-Rahman Muhammad
Featured in the Netflix DocuSeries “Who Killed Malcolm X?” Abdur-Rahman Muhammad is one of the most respected authorities on the life and legacy of the late civil rights leader. Muhammad’s research helped uncover the truth about the assassination of Malcolm X, and who really pulled the trigger.
Don’t miss this important early kick-off to African American History Month in February! Free and open to the public. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and may be limited. Both of these one-hour presentations will be followed by audience Q&A sessions.
Would you like to see transit expanded to new areas, with more services like the VGK Game Day Express, and more frequent, more convenient services to grocery stores, doctor appointments, jobs, and entertainment areas?
The RTC needs your input and Library District participants will be entered for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card!
Just a friendly reminder that all Library District branches will be closed on Friday, December 24 for Christmas Eve, and on Saturday, December 25 for Christmas Day. Normal hours will resume on Sunday, December 26.
Closed New Year's Day
Library District branches will also close early on Friday, December 31 at 5 p.m. for New Year's Eve, and will be closed on Saturday, January 1, 2022 for New Year's Day. Normal hours will resume on Sunday, January 2. Remember, we are open 24/7 online at LVCCLD.org, where you can access hundreds of online resources, ebooks, audiobooks, and more with your FREE library card.