The Van Nuys Branch is temporarily closed for renovations designed to improve your library experience.
When the library reopens in Summer 2020, you’ll find:
- Redesigned check-out and information areas for easier use
- Upgraded reading and children’s areas
- New shelving, flooring, and lighting
- Renovated restrooms
- New and improved technology including more self-service options, tech kiosks, and a high-resolution scanner
We apologize for the inconvenience during the renovation and encourage you to visit our nearby branches:
What We Are Reading
Eight Perfect Murders: A Novel
The owner of a Boston bookshop specializing in mysteries posts a list of books on the store’s blog.
The widow Clicquot : the story of a champagne empire and the woman who ruled it
Priya Sharma tells the story of a gentle young man’s journey to adulthood in a brutal world not of his choosing.
The American story : conversations with master historians
The Secret Life of Sam Holloway
Sam Holloway is a nice guy. He has a stable, but a not terribly exciting, job with an electronic parts distributor.
Anthony Bourdain remembered.
Mighty justice : my life in civil rights
Dreamers and schemers : how an improbable bid for the 1932 Olympics transformed Los Angeles from dusty outpost to global metropolis