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Children’s Library of Things

The Pratt is proud to introduce the Children’s Library of Things. This special partnership with Port Discovery Children’s Museum allows families to check out toys, games, and educational materials that promote early learning skills in children ages zero to 8.

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Young Children

Ages 0—5 Spark imagination with books, programs, and games.
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Kids

Ages 6—12 Make crafts, get homework help, and browse books.
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Teens

Ages 12—18 Learn how to write poetry, game with friends, and find books.
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Adults

Find career assistance, fitness classes, and research resources.
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The House In the Pines

The House In the Pines

Ana Reyes
Maame

Maame

Jessica George
Hell Bent

Hell Bent

Leigh Bardugo
The Villa

The Villa

Rachel Hawkins
The Mitford Affair

The Mitford Affair

Marie Benedict
Finlay Donovan Jumps the Gun

Finlay Donovan Jumps the Gun

Elle Cosimano
Spare

Spare

Prince Harry
Reckoning.

Reckoning.

Eve Ensler
The Nazi Conspiracy

The Nazi Conspiracy

Brad Meltzer
I'm No Philosopher, But I Got Thoughts

I'm No Philosopher, But I Got Thoughts

Kristin Chenoweth
Twice As Hard

Twice As Hard

Jasmine Brown
Saxophone Colossus

Saxophone Colossus

Aidan Levy
Ticket To Paradise

Ticket To Paradise

Till

Till

Decision To Leave

Decision To Leave

Prey For the Devil

Prey For the Devil

Can't Be Stopped

Can't Be Stopped

Young Plato

Young Plato

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free TO BMORE PODCAST Newest Episode — January 2023

Soledad Salamé

Baltimore artists and arts organizations use their talents to positively impact their communities and world. This episode of the Free to Bmore podcast we talk with interdisciplinary artist Soledad Salamé about her work exploring environmental and human rights issues, and how the Pratt plays a role in her research.

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Computer & Internet Devices

With a Pratt Library card, you can borrow devices like Chromebooks, tablets, and mobile hotspots to get online from the comfort of your home.

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Business Insights: Global provides comprehensive business intelligence for domestic and international companies and associations.

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The Enoch Pratt Free Library stands with our community, and is committed to advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion.

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Looking for a job in Baltimore? This toolkit is designed to support job-seekers and those who assist job-seekers.

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