The Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society designated the Wilshire Branch as a Historic Landmark - 1999 Historic Landmark Award #66. The collection highlights Korean and Spanish Films and contains a good selection of other foreign language films. Refer to the branch history section for more information concerning the library’s unique history.
Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Students (grades 1 to 12) may sign in to use the provided tables, supplies, computers and resources to work on school related activities. Printing is free for homework assignments. Students may bring their own laptops or portable devices to use in the Student
What We Are Reading
Dreamers and schemers : how an improbable bid for the 1932 Olympics transformed Los Angeles from dusty outpost to global metropolis
Ella, a young girl growing up in Compton, California has psychokinetic abilities that allow her to see into the future.
Steel Crow Saga
Carrie Fisher : a life on the edge
The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl
Mary Jekyll, Diana Hyde, Beatrice Rappaccini, Catherine Moreau and Justine Frankenstein—all the daughters of some of science fiction’s ma
How to raise a reader
The Starless Sea
In her first novel since 2011’s The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern illustrates again that she is a masterful fantasy storyteller
Midnight chicken : (& other recipes worth living for)
The Girl Who Reads on the Metro
In The Girl Who Reads on the Metro, Christine Feret-Fleury tells a delightful tale about the love and power of books and the nee
Anja Niemi in character