ROSWELL READS 2015
The Roswell Library, a part of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, The City of Roswell, the Friends of the Roswell Library and the Roswell Reads Committee announce that the memoir The Distance Between Us by Reyna Grande has been chosen for the Tenth annual Roswell Reads Community Read program. The award-winning author will talk about this book and her writing at the Roswell Reads Literary Luncheon on Saturday, March 14, 2015, at 11:30 a.m. at the Roswell Adult Recreation Center, 830 Grimes Bridge Road.
For more details and a list of upcoming Roswell Reads programs, please visit our Roswell Reads page.
Where can you learn about New Year's reading resolutions, book blogs, the next book club selections and read a book review? It's all in the latest Friends newsletter! Check it out! December 2014.
A complete list of programs for the first half of 2015 has just been posted to our Library Programs page! Take a look at the wide variety of programs coming up. In addition to yoga, book discussions and story times, you'll find Roswell Roots programs, Roswell Reads programs, author visits and more.
ATLANTA AUTHORS AND ROSWELL READS
The committees that preview and select books and authors for our Atlanta Authors Series and Roswell Reads have been working hard to select and schedule great authors and exciting programs for next year. The authors slated to visit the library in 2015 are posted on our Atlanta Authors page. Take a look and mark your calendars!
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The Friends are always looking for donations. Acceptable items include fiction and all kinds of non-fiction books, DVD's, CD's, and videos. We also accept magazines: regular magazines (no matter how old they are) and business/news magazines up to 4 months old. We are not able to accept Encyclopedias, stained, or damaged items. Donation bins are located in the library's lobby. Thank you!
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
The purpose of the Friends of the Roswell Library is to provide financial assistance to the library, to promote the library as a learning center for all citizens in the community, and to act as an advocate for improved library services.