“After my last college game, I was back in the classroom working hard because I feel like why would I stop in the middle of something? Why not finish? Also, I feel like I can’t let my brother and sister
For many Cobb County Public Library patrons, your paths between home, work, schools, shopping, and libraries will change later this year. Here is information you will want to know: From Cobb County Communications, cobbcounty.org: Georgia Department of Transportation and State
Chinese New Year Cultural Program at East Cobb Library East Cobb 图书馆将举办庆祝中国新年的文化活动 Kennesaw State University’s Confucius Institute is presenting a Chinese New Year Cultural Program at East Cobb Library on Thursday, February 22 from 3 pm to 5 pm. The
February 16 – 19 is the annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC). Bird watchers everywhere count and register birds to help create a real-time snapshot in 2018 of where birds are around the world and how many. The Great Backyard
Cobb County public libraries and librarians are leaders addressing a top challenge for the Atlanta region: Improving Third-Grade Reading Skills. Ensuring more children are ready to make the transition from “learning to read to reading to learn” by the end
Arctic, not Artic. Terrific, not terific, Success, not sucess. Spelling difficult words can be tough. Especially in front of a crowd. A trio of Cobb County Public Library staff members is ready for the challenge. A Cobb library team will
Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond is the winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for General Non-fiction. Among its other honors are the National Book Award Winner and the 2016 National Book Critics Circle Award.
There is a chance of snow flurries for the weekend in Cobb County, forecasters say. With talk of winter weather in late fall, it’s a good time to share stories about snow with our youngest readers offered by Cobb County