18 and up

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 21, 2011

Join us at the Book Launch!  

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday September 14, 2011

Louisa May Alcott is best known for writing Little Women (1868-1869), a thinly disguised memoir of her own family.  But her less known books, especially Little Men (1871) and Work (1873), were probably the

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday September 12, 2011

2011 Art of the Book Program
Poetry on the Page

Save the Date: September 30, 2011

An Evening of Poetry with Forrest Gander

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

As part of ongoing programs and events spotlighting the life of Louisa May Alcott, Dr. Joan Glazer, Professor Emeritus, Rhode Island College will lead a

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

Documentary Film Presentation: Louisa May Alcott:
The Woman Behind Little Women  

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday August 31, 2011

Documentary Film Presentation: Louisa May Alcott:
The Woman Behind Little Women  

Submitted by tamason on Sunday August 14, 2011

The theme of the 5th Annual African Studies Workshop is "Migration and Memory."

1:30 pm - Lecture: “Political Asylum Cases: A Retrospective on Really Saving Lives," with Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban and

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday August 02, 2011

Newly published author, Alice Ozma, whose book The Reading Promise: My Father and the Books We Shared highlights the value of reading to children consistently will be at the Providence Public Library on and she is bringing her

Submitted by tamason on Monday August 01, 2011

GOLD STAR CHILDREN, Mitty Griffis Mirrer (2010)