Maya Angelou Branch Library
2324 Pock Ln
Stockton, CA 95205-7821 Map
About the Library
The Maya Angelou Southeast Branch Library/Biblioteca opened its doors in 1996, following an inauguration ceremony and speech delivered by namesake Dr. Maya Angelou.
The library offers computer workstations and printing for general and Internet use, a reference collection for in-depth research, and a circulating collection of library materials to borrow with a library card.
The branch maintains Spanish and Hmong language materials significant to the overall collection of the Library. Also, there are specialized materials on African American history and other social sciences. The Stockton Record, San Francisco Chronicle and a variety of magazines are available for browsing.
The branch has a photocopier, and each copy costs 15 cents.
From September 2012 through May 2013, the Maya Angelou Branch will host a preschool storytime. Join us for Stories & Crafts on the second Friday of each month at 10:00 a.m. Our final storytime is scheduled for Friday, May 10, 2013.
During the summer months, preschool students and their caregivers can participate in Outreach Storytime at Dorothy Jones Community Health Center. The next storytime is scheduled for Thursday, May 23 at the Center.
Join us on Thursday, May 9 at 3:30 for the family program, Multicultural Music from Around the World.
2. New African-American fiction and inspirational fiction
Returning Library Materials
The bookdrop is located on the west side of the covered walkway leading into the Angelou Library. The bookdrop is open when the library is closed, so that customers can return their materials on time. When the library is open, customers can return materials inside of the building.
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STORIES & CRAFTS FOR PRESCHOOLERS: APRIL 10, 2013 - COLORS THEME