Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh

Rating: 4.91 stars   11 reviews

Issues: Education

Location: 4400 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15213 USA

Mission: Mission Statement:  To Engage our Community in Literacy and Learning. Vision Statement:  Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will inspire in the citizens of our region respect and responsibility for life-long learning, citizenship, and civic participation.
Programs: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Children’s departments provide an inviting space for children and their families to enjoy reading books and to discover all the Library has to offer.  The Library has a long history of serving children including the distinction of being the first system in the nation to train children’s librarians.  In addition to its extensive youth-oriented book collection, the staff presents a broad range of programs for children at every development stage from birth to age 12. 
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Rating: 5 stars  

2 people found this review helpful

I enjoy the movies and lectures at the Downtown and Squirrel Hill Library. It's difficult for me to leave any library without checking out a new book. It's becoming my new addiction!!

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Rating: 5 stars  

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Since tiz near Valentine's day I'm thinking how lovers are breathless w expectation, lovers of the CPL breathing steadily w deep satisfaction. No kidding. I moved to Pgh in large measure because of the library system, having been away 30 years and, as it turned out, splendidly unaware of the growth & flourishing that has taken place meantime. I am almost embarrassed, I use it so much--a state of abash whose best antidote I know is being a steady donor, hoping to be a better one. And also to volunteer soon as I get settled, which is taking time, tho I have (finally) bought a humble little house an hour & five minutes walk over hill & dale but beautifully partway through the park.
Very high on my list of favorites are the staff--so many so various so helpful.
I haven't yet had time to sample many of the programs but certainly hope to.
There's lots to love about the Burgh but the CPL is #1 w me. love to yinz every one.

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