About Dee Brown Library
Dee Brown Library is nestled in the heart of southwest Little Rock and offers patrons a wide variety of adult and children's books as well as CDs and DVDs. The 13,500-square-feet library, which opened in 2002, provides access to public study rooms, a meeting room, and an outside deck and boardwalk that lead from Baseline Road to the library.
People of the Library
Dee Brown was a novelist and historian. His most famous work, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, was published in 1970. Brown retired in Arkansas, his home state, in 1973, where he devoted his time to writing.
News & Announcements
Fletcher Library to Temporarily Close for Expansion and Renovation
The Central Arkansas Library System’s (CALS) John Gould Fletcher Library, 823 North Buchanan Street, Little Rock, will close for remodeling and expansion from Wednesday, April 12, through early August. An exact reopening date will be released...
Read to Succeed Library Scavenger Hunt
Get your student signed up for the Read to Succeed Library Scavenger Hunt. It's a great way to make reading fun for kids and help you financially prepare for their future.
Students enrolled in any public or private institution, or those being home ...
You're Invited to the Williams Library 20th Anniversary Celebration
Join us Thursday, May 25, from 5-7:00 p.m., as we celebrate 20 years of preserving the legacy of educator, advocate, and CALS library namesake, Sue Cowan Williams.
Sue Cowan Williams was a teacher at the all black Paul Laurence Dunbar High School an...