Books that the Ravenous Readers of PCPL recommend.
recommended by PimaLib_RavenousReaders
Cool new titles, hot off the presses, picked by your PCPL Collection Development staff.
recommended by PimaLib_WeBuyTheBooks
Secret societies have been rumored to be running the world, Freemasons, the presidency, and even Nicolas Cage movies. PCPL has all your secr…
recommended by PimaLib_WilliamB
Most times, you pick a romance by its cover. The steamier the better, right? But what about the title? Fall in love with these PCPL romances…
True story: I used to have a pet tarantula named Shirley Temple. Arachnids--spiders, scorpions, and other creepies--are pretty awesome. Exce…
recommended by PimaLib_ErikaJ
Kids come to library during Read to a Dog and select a book to read to a furry friend, who will accept the story exactly as they read it.
In the Star: two computer instructors share their stories about teaching at Flowing Wells, Valencia, and El Pueblo Libraries.
Scary, silly, scientifically explainable or possibly paranormal: Whatever your opinion on haunting phenomena, PCPL has something for you.
August is Read a Romance Month! If you usually read mysteries, literary fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, or historical fiction, these PCPL titles a…
recommended by PimaLib_JB
I'm always excited when new books arrive at the Library, and I'm always very excited to discover a new wordless picture book that I love, l…
Is reading a chore for your third grader? Not with the awesome books on this list which was conpiled by PCPL childrens' librarians.
recommended by PimaLib_CherylM
Try these humorous graphic novels and illustrated books from PCPL, all about girls (and some boys) dealing with drama.
recommended by PimaLib_SarahB
One of the six traits of writing your teacher is looking for: Voice brings the author's viewpoint to the reader in a strong manner. PCPL's p…
recommended by PimaLib_Kids
One of the six traits of writing your teacher is looking for: Sentence fluency includes grammar and lots of variety in the way sentences sou…
MRI scans of children's brains reveal that children who've been read to show greater activity in parts of the brain that process language.
This is simply a list of my favorite documentaries available to you with your library card.
recommended by PimaLib_BrianC
This may be a tough one to love, but over time, you'll grow to embrace. Although nihilistic and often surreal to even listen, "The Wall" sur… More
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This 1957 film, directed by Mikhail Kalatazov, won the Palme D'Or at Cannes, but I wonder how many in the West have even heard of it.
This free, bilingual class will be given by Jack Burns, Public Affairs Specialist from the Social Security Administration, to answer questions…
¿Te gustaría ver películas de todo el mundo, instantáneamente? Trate IndieFlix! Con su tarjeta de PCPL se puede ver películas independientes…
recommended by PimaLib_NuestrasRaices
¡El mejor libro de Paulo Coelho!
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¿Usted tiene interes en libros de temas homosexuales, lesbiana, gay, transgenero, o bisexual? Echa un vistazo a uno de estos títulos, dispo…
recommended by PimaLib_RachelW
La hora de cuentos familiar bilingüe es una experiencia educativa en los dos idiomas para niños bilingües y monolingües de todas edades.
La Biblioteca de semillas es una colección de semillas de polinización abierta y semillas de variedades tradicionales en donde usted pued
Our Executive Director Melinda Cervantes talks to the Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce about the Cradle2Career education initiative & more.
I love reading about unconventional occupations. I myself have had a few ka-raaazy jobs, believe you me, man oh man. Here's a list of title…
"I have been looking for a job for over 6 months. I just want to express how grateful I am for Dan with job help. He has been so so helpful…
These PCPL recommended books will guide you through the job search process and set you on the path to employment. Effective strategies, hint…
recommended by PimaLib_MichelleS
Is that our logo or is it...the bat signal? These are the books Bruce Wa...I mean, Batman, would check out from PCPL.
recommended by PimaLib_Teens
Who says Tucson has nothing for teens to do? Check out this list!
Wanted: Hypnotist to rid daughter of chutzpah!
Yep, Olivia Mead’s father has a plan. Horrified that Olivia acts, thinks and dreams in su… More
recommended by PimaLib_MegginK
Love the Hunger Games and Divergent books? Find a new dystopian read at PCPL before it gets optioned into the next hit movie.
recommended by PimaLib_JusdinaNB
Historical fiction with a paranormal serial killer? Bring it on! It's 1926, and Evie O'Neill can't imagine a more exciting place to be tha… More
...And borrow the latest OK Magazine from the library. Read it on your PC, phone, or tablet, and no one can judge your reading by the cover!
Great short stories! Take your pick - book, eBook, or downloadable audiobook.
Teen volunteers found these great songs (and many more) available for free on the PCPL website! Get your free songs at Freegal.
These eBooks were voted into Amazon's 100 Mysteries & Thrillers to Read in a Lifetime. Someone was nice enough to tag them in our catalog!
"I just wanted to thank you for your services and tell you how you improve my life...
Hotel Congress is turning 30 and throwing a big ol' bash for all of us to enjoy! HoCo Fest takes place over Labor Day Weekend, with scads o…
School gardens are sprouting up all over. Here's a list of resources to help get you started. Compiled by the PCPL Seed Library.
recommended by PimaLib_SeedLibrary
The Arizona Daily Star rolls out the top 50 essential Tucson experiences. How many can you check off your list?
A typical day for trauma surgeon Dr. Peter Rhee: treating victims of shootings, stabbings, car accidents, and perhaps an emergency surgery. Not so …
Tucson in 1925—when you could get downtown by rollerskate and your ride to the local watering hole may have been on horseback.
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