Diane Garcia, Children's Librarian, Los Feliz Branch Library


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The Lemon Yellow Rays of Spring: Equinox Traditions

March 20, 2019

The hills of Los Angeles blossom in spring. This time of year can make traffic a bit more pleasant as the sun squeezes its lemon-yellow rays onto the mint colored hillsides of our metropolis. In the northern hemisphere, the March equinox marks the beginning of spring.

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Visionary Women Who Pursued Their Dreams and Changed the World

March 14, 2019

“We’ll all grow up someday, Meg; we might as well know what we want.”—Louisa May Alcott, Little Women

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Reading the Map: A Celebration of African American Stories Across the United States

February 12, 2019

Black History Month is a time to remember the contributions that African Americans have left on our country and world. This year’s theme, Black Migrations, explores the impact the African diaspora has made around the globe.