21 лютого 2017 р.

New Books - February 2017

We've got new books waiting for you at American Library!) Among them: "English the Amerinac way: a fun guide to language and culture in the U.S.", "English made easy: learning English through pictures", "Problogger: secrets for blogging your way to a six-figure income", "Manage your IT for profit", "Plagiarism: the Internet and student learning" and many more.




20 лютого 2017 р.

Book Choice - Presidents Day

Presidents' Day is a United States federal holiday in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States, who was born on February 22, 1732. Presidents' Day is an occasion to remember all the presidents. The term "Presidents' Day" was coined in a deliberate attempt to change the holiday into one honoring multiple presidents.


19 лютого 2017 р.

English Speaking Club - February, 17

On February, 17 our English Speaking Club gathered, as usual, to spend Friday night with some laughts) we played games, improved English speaking skills, and made new friends! Join us every Friday at 17:00 in American Library!


17 лютого 2017 р.

3-D MarerSpace at American Library

Welcome to Maker Space in the American Library!

3D printing is on the way to become usual part of our life and we want our library users to get acquainted with these technologies. If you have any questions on what it is, what for and how to use it – you can address us and we will explain and demonstrate the possibilities of these technologies.


16 лютого 2017 р.

Training on Academic Integrity - February, 16

Today American Library kept the event for participants of Winter School from Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. This trainings for researchers in Pedagogy and Education Science was aimed to provide insight into academic integrity, information search, preparation of the research article. Trainings were held by Svitlana Chukanova (head of American Library) and Kozyr Margarita (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, department of pedagogy theoretics and history).


15 лютого 2017 р.

Book Choice - Rosa Parks

The civil rights movement profoundly changed American Life. The struggle of black Americans to claim basic freedoms and to bring an end to legal segregation provoked fierce white resistance and challenged the moral sensibilities of a nation; it continues to capture imagination of readers today. This week we picked books about African-American woman fighting for their rights.

14 лютого 2017 р.

Film Club with Jimmy Hill - February, 14

Today on Film Club with Jimmy Hill we talked about romance and St. Valentine's while watching the classics - "Casablanca".


Book Choice - St Valentine's Day ❤️

Every February 14 we exchange cards and flowers as expressions of love. Valentine's Day is among our most popular holidays. Today, we turn to 5 essential books that are about love and relationships.


12 лютого 2017 р.

English Speaking Club - Books & Reading

On Friday (February, 10) English Speaking Club gathered to discuss books and reading =) Join us every Friday at 17:00 and share your opinion in English! 


9 лютого 2017 р.

8 лютого 2017 р.

Psychology Club with Jimmy Hill: "Relationship Goals"

American Library is happy to present a series of meetings with our friend Jimmy Hill. Psychology Club is open to all students, readers and guests of American Library, who are interested in psychology.

Psychology Club will be tutored in English.

When: Monday, February 13 at 17:00
Where: American Library (Media Room)
8/5 Voloska Str., building 4 room #116 Kyiv




7 лютого 2017 р.

Dear Library users! We are happy to inform you that
in Spring 2017 (MARCH 21 - 24)  
our dear friend Bill Kennedy will come back to Ukraine and to American Library for Spring Sessions! If you want to improve your English - wellcome to Spring Sessions! If you intend on coming, please inform us by email: acl@ukma.edu.ua
Topics will be:

  • How to be a successful Manager
  • How to be a successful Public Speaker
  • Business Idioms
  • Conflict Resolution





Film Club with Jimmy Hill: "Casablanca" (1942)

Dear library users, you are welcome to join our Film Club at American Library.

Casablanca, American film drama, released in 1942, that was loosely based on Murray Burnett and Joan Alison’s unproduced play Everybody Comes to Rick’s. A fast-paced, emotionally charged romance set against the tumultuous backdrop of World War II, the film is one of the most celebrated and iconic motion pictures in history.

In Casablanca, Morocco in December 1941, a cynical American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.

When: Tuesday (February, 14) at 17:00

Where: American Library
(8/5 Voloska Str., building 4 room #116 Kyiv)

Enter: Free


6 лютого 2017 р.

Psychology Club with Jimmy Hill - February 6

On Monday (February 6) Psychology Club with Jimmy Hill gathered to talk about relationships and expectations in marriage, friendship and family life. Join us next Monday at 17:00 and share your opinion in English!



5 лютого 2017 р.

Book Choice - National Wear Red Day

The first Friday of February has been designated by the awareness campaign, Heart Truth, as National Wear Red Day in the United States. On this day, men and women are encouraged to wear red as a symbol of their support of women’s heart health. This week we picked books on prevention and screening of heart disease.



4 лютого 2017 р.

English Speaking Club - February 4

English Speaking Club with Michael Kuzko gathered us on a Friday night for a little game party - this time we were playing "in other words" in English ! Join us every Friday at 17:00 at American Library!


2 лютого 2017 р.

Film Club: "Big Fish" (2003)

Dear library users, you are welcome to join our Film Club at American Library.

A frustrated son tries to determine the fact from fiction in his dying father's life.

Big Fish is a 2003 American fantasy drama film based on the 1998 novel of the same name by Daniel Wallace.[2] The film was directed by Tim Burton and stars Ewan McGregor, Albert Finney, Billy Crudup, Jessica Lange, and Marion Cotillard.

When: Wednesday (February, 8) at 17:00

Where: American Library
(8/5 Voloska Str., building 4 room #116 Kyiv)

Enter: Free


Book Choice - National Freedom Day

National Freedom Day is a United States observance on February 1 honoring the signing by Abraham Lincoln of a joint House and Senate resolution that later became the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. President Lincoln signed the Amendment outlawing slavery on February 1, 1865. This week we've picked books concerning abolitionism, slavery and rights in USA.