The Germantown branch of MCPL is located at 19840 Century Boulevard. Besides its great collection, which includes materials in Chinese and Spanish, the branch also offers computers for public use, Wi-Fi, Go! Kits for children ages 3 to 6 and 7 to 12, collaboration spaces, Discovery Rooms, meeting rooms, Early Literacy and Afterschool Edge workstations, quiet study rooms, exciting programs, and so much more. Stop in and check it out!
At Germantown Library, the team of 14 Library Pages make up the “well-oiled machine” that is the backbone of the branch. These unsung heroes make books and other materials easily available by keeping everything shelved and in good order. The energetic team of Children’s Room Pages pictured here (l-r) are: Ana Turcu, Astrid Widjaja and Hafsa Karim. With their upbeat attitudes, they always add a breath of fresh air!
Susan Cohen is the Librarian II, Head of Adult Services, for the
Germantown Library, and Project Coordinator for the Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library, a new one stop statewide resource on deaf culture and deaf related resources funded by Maryland State Library. In 1984, she found her calling as a librarian when she was given the opportunity to lead library programs and services for the deaf and hard of hearing community and people with disabilities for MCPL. For Susan, the best part about working in the library is making a difference in the lives of customers and finding treasure troves of information. She has two Master’s degrees, the first in Deaf Education from McDaniel College and the second, in Library and Information Science, from Drexel University iSchool. She enjoys reading, playing Word Chums, traveling, and spending time with her husband and family.