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
CALS Construction Projects in Maumelle and Sherwood Advance
The Central Arkansas Library System’s (CALS) Maumelle Library, 10 Lake Pointe Dr., Maumelle, and Amy Sanders Library, 31 Shelby Dr., Sherwood, will close temporarily to continue renovation and construction projects in November and December, res...
Sherwood Library Closing to Prepare for Move to New Building
The Central Arkansas Library System’s (CALS) Amy Sanders Library, 31 Shelby Drive, Sherwood, will close beginning January 22 to prepare for the move to the new library building located at 10200 Johnson Drive. The exact opening date of the new b...
Arkansas Studies Institute Building Renamed to Honor Former Library Director
The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) has renamed the Arkansas Studies Institute (ASI) the Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History and Art in honor of the former CALS executive director who served in the position for more than twenty years ...
CALS Max Milam Library to Plant WWI Memorial Tree
The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) Max Milam Library is pleased to announce a tree planting ceremony, Saturday, February 24, at 2:00 p.m., on the grounds of the Milam Library, 609 Aplin Avenue, Perryville, to honor World War I veterans who se...