Enoch Pratt Free Library
The paper page is being replaced by the silicon chip. More electronic readers are coming to the Enoch Pratt Library.
Baltimore is a city steeped in literature, both old and new. Reflected within its landmarks lies a history in which visitors may connect to other people, ideas and times. These literary landmarks boast both history and allure, with stories of the lates, greats and, well, a few oddballs lit worshippers can’t help but love.
Summer book lists are about to grow as the city kicks off its annual summer reading program.
Kai Jackson talks to members of the Tuskegee Airmen, the Maryland Historical Society and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
It’s a New York Times Best Seller, but you won’t find “Fifty Shades of Grey” in some Maryland libraries. The book series is causing some controversy with its “pornographic” content.
Readers in Canton may have to look elsewhere for their books, at least for the time being. The Canton branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library is temporarily closing its doors.
The annual Enoch Pratt book sale is going on now! Also, gift ideas for the whole family!
With millions of items to keep track of, the Enoch Pratt Free Library has found a fun way to get rid of the things it no longer needs.
Got some old library books or DVDs lying around your house? Well, you’re in luck. It’s Amnesty Week at the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
The way you read books at city libraries is undergoing a major change.
Philanthropy is an act that most institutions would welcome at any time. And in this economy, giving is really seen as a blessing. Yet a gift of nearly a half million dollars to the Pratt Library in Baltimore has nearly left its director speechless.
Dealing with all the stresses of parenthood can be tough, especially for first-timers. But it’s a little easier if you can find other new parents to commiserate with about late-night feedings, diaper changing and how to stop incessant crying.