San Carlos Branch Library
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San Carlos Branch Library
619-527-3430
7265 Jackson Dr
San Diego, CA 92119

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AUTHOR: Jennifer Coburn

  Friday, February 24, 2-3 pm, local author, Jennifer Colburn will join us to discuss her new book, CRADLES of the REICH.   This  historical novel explores in fiction, a topic rarely covered--the Lebensborn project:  a WW II Nazi human breeding program to create "racially fit" babies.  Author Jennifer Coburn Colburn takes the reader inside Heim Hochland, one of the real breeding homes in Bavaria, where the fates of three women are irrevocably intertwined.  Gundi is a pregnant university student from Berlin and... Continue Reading >

Library Shop

   Visit the Library Shop this season for all your holiday gifts. In-person shoppers save 20% off their entire purchase when they mention this coupon. The Library Shop is open Monday-Saturday (11am-6pm). Plus we're currently offering $5.95 Flat Rate Shipping on all web orders!   Odi's Library Day – A Children's book, is now available  Did you know the San Diego Public Library has written and published its own children's book? Written by Hunter Hackett and illustrated by SDPL’s own Anisi Baigude, a Library... Continue Reading >

2022–One Book, One San Diego Selections Announced

One Book, One San Diego has announced the selections for the 2022 region-wide read: “The Vanishing Half” by Brit Bennett has been chosen for adult readers; “The Magic Fish” written and illustrated by Trung Le Nguyen for teens and tweens; and “We Are Water Protectors” by Carole Lindstrom and illustrated by Michaela Goade for children. Continue Reading >

Digital Resource Spotlight: NoveList Plus

Need to learn about that new literary genre? Or build a book display? Teach with books? NoveList Plus includes resources and inspiration at your fingertips. NoveList Plus is a database of book recommendations for all ages. It offers recommendations for titles, authors, and series, as well as audiobooks. Find it on the eLibrary page under Books & Literature. Continue Reading >