Storytime is not just for kids. Check out these hilarious books that make great read alouds for grown-ups. All available at PCPL.
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Of Metal and Wishes by Sarah Fine is a haunting retelling of The Phantom of the Opera, set within a slaughterhouse inhabited by the factory…
The Martian Andy Weir’s novel The Martian has millions of fans all over the world--and I am so one of them. The movie has been very much ant…
If you are fan of cozy mysteries, then give the"Seaside Knitters Mystery" a whirl. The series features a small fishing/tourist town on Cape Ann in Mas… More
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Cool new titles, hot off the presses, picked by your PCPL Collection Development staff.
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Did you know you can call the library with any question and we will answer it on the spot or get back to you within a day or two? We are w…
Confused about placing holds in the catalog? Really want to read The Martian? Love screenshots? This post can help!
This event guide (PDF) includes great vintage photos, including this shot of Murphy-Wilmot Library in 1964.
From the front lines of the border, Peg will show us how humanitarian actions transcend lines on a map.
We rolled out upgrades to your Borrowing History and the ability to find nearby Events by address or zip code this week, plus a number of o…
This list includes childrens picture books that deal with grief, loss, and death in a way that validates the confusion and sadness that chil…
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Even wee little ones that are not saying very many words yet can make the sound of a dog barking or a cat meowing.
Storytimes are a fun way to introduce young children to books and language. Why should you bring your kids to one? They're in their prime l…
Are you struggling to explain the plight of refugee families to your children? Here are some PCPL books, events, and child-friendly links th…
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Abbett has their first two students of the season! 7th grader Tommy and 5th Michael started attending Abbett's ReadStrong program this Fall…
Tucson Meet Yourself is coming up in downtown from October 9-11. It is conveniently located in the environs of the Joel D Valdez Main Libra…
The DVD collection at PCPL gets a lot of use. Hooray! The downside is you might miss some real gems when you're browsing at the library beca…
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Amazing film. Excellent in every aspect. I haven't seen a continuously shot film since Hitchcock's "Rope", not counting Welles' "Touch of Evil" ope… More
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This testament to hope and beauty will lift your spirit as you get a glimpse of what is right with Africa. This documentary takes you along … More
Excessive salt can cause a variety of health issues, but many of us don't really know how to flavor food without salt. Dr. Jacqueline Soule has…
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Mientras que Luna, Lunita, Lunera no quiere ir a la escuela, una llamita sigue a María hasta su clase y una paloma muy pero muy terca quiere…
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Can you name Mexico's 31 states? Can you find Argentina on a map? Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with these fun map games!
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Me encanta el flamenco y como no tengo los recursos para ir a España, este documental lo trae a mi casa en todo su maravila - el cante, el d… More
Filled with historical references to events that changed world history, the author's voice speaks of how her life was changed in ways that … More
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Sometimes you just need a little help with some unfamiliar territory or with reconsidering your work with fresh eyes. That's where a nonprof…
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Use these PCPL recommended books to help you prepare for any interview. Topics include: dressing for success, hard to answer questions, and …
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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…
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Know someone who needs a job? Tucson Community Food Bank's innovative program provides skills and placement while feeding the hungry.
Love the Hunger Games and Divergent books? Find a new dystopian read at PCPL before it gets optioned into the next hit movie.
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I will start off by saying that I am not one to read either realistic or urban fiction which this book definitely is. So when this was a req… More
Some have action. Some have adventure. Some just have that teenage angst we all want to read about. And PCPL has 'em all!
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yes! I loved this book, warning: pretty scary
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I assigned this to an adult reading /writing class for people improving their reading skills, and most of the students really liked this boo… More
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An extremely humorous tale of what happens when you eat - including past and present successful and not-so-sucessful experiments, including chewing, d… More
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Were you one of those people doing your best to bring down NPR's cloud last week by listening to the new Original Cast Recording of Lin-Man…
A lot of books have their own very specific type of word usage. The Fictionary fills in those gaps.
Local authors: check out this contest for an opportunity to find some new fans. Local readers: read the current winners for free!
I don't often think of myself as a Science Fiction reader, but this book kept me up at night, wanting to finish the next chapter. Octavia B… More
Go to the opera. Visit a museum. Walk around the garden. Take a friend to the symphony. See a show. Now you can check out free tickets!
Following the popular series of free lectures at the Fox on food and happiness, this year's theme is immortality.
Make no mistake, growing roses in the Tucson area is very different from other parts of the country. Our gardening calendar is different, ou…
Resources and community agencies gathered by PCPL librarians for homelessness, housing search, food, domestic violence, seniors/elderly, and…
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