Thanks in part to folks from the L.A. Zine Fest, the Benjamin Franklin Branch Library has been able to establish a sizeable donation based zine collection now available to our library patrons. Our collection reflects only about a quarter of the diverse and varied collection from the L.A. Zine Fest library but we are excited to have it accessible to our community here at the branch. Donations are accepted to support our growing zine collection.
Need help studying for the Citizenship Test? Classes start in June. Call or come in to sign up.
¿Necesitas ayuda estudiando para el examen de ciudadanía? Clases comenzarán en junio. ¡Regístrate ahora! Venir o llamar.
Student Zone: Mon/Wed 3:00-5:00; Tues/Thurs 3:30-5:30
Computer assistance and computer classes for adults are available. Please call (323) 268-4710 for more information.
Se ofrece asistencia para computadoras y clases de computadora para adultos en español. Llame al (323) 268-4710 para más información.
STAR – Books come alive for kids when they share the fun of reading with STAR library volunteers. Call Benjamin Franklin for schedule..
What We Are Reading
Wild LA : explore the amazing nature in and around Los Angeles
Your Favorite Band Cannot Save You
Long time music blogger Moore weaves a tale where a newly discovered band is releasing their singles with more in mind than fame and glor
Fay Wray and Robert Riskin : a Hollywood memoir
Snow White Learns Witchcraft: Stories and Poems
Goss, the author of the eminently enjoyable The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter and European Travel For The Monstrous Gentle
Other people's houses
The Reign of the Kingfisher: A Novel
30 years ago, the Kingfisher prowled the streets of Chicago, dispensing his own brand of vigilante justice.
We were witches
The Sentence is Death
In the second book in the Daniel Hawthorne mystery series, author Anthony Horowitz, and his fictional doppelganger, tackle solving who ki