NYPL’s infamous lions, guarding the Bryant Park library, have been given face masks, in an effort to encourage humans – stone or otherwise – to do the same.
New York-based booklovers, rejoice! Your bank accounts and delivery drivers will soon be thanking you, because eight beloved New York Public Library locations will be opening with a grab-and-go service from July 13. In a statement from Anthony W. Marx, the library’s president, locations in Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island will be the first to open in the initial phase, followed by more as time goes on and the virus restrictions allow. Every branch of the NYPL closed its doors in mid-March, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have turned to e-books, using the library’s online catalog, or, …
The award is given to an American writer aged thirty-five and younger for their work in fiction. Some past award winners include Amelia Gray, Colson Whitehead, and Lesley Nneka Arimah.
Starting on Tuesday, May 12, everybody at home can tune in to a star-studded reading of Gaiman’s classic ‘Coraline’.
The New York Public Library, the largest public library system in the US, is considering ‘quarantining’ their books, once the library reopens and resumes operations.