The TumbleBook Library contains a wealth of multimedia materials, all available to anyone at any time. You can read picture books and chapter books, watch videos, and play puzzles (among many more activities). One of our newest features is the long, long list of comics and graphic novels for young readers! Almost all of them come…
Librarians enjoy being geeky, too
By PimaLib_HollySNovember 28, 2015
This article by Children's Librarian Mary Elder was originally published in the Arizona Daily Star on November 29, 2015.
The Wampanoag People after the Pilgrims Arrived
By PimaLib_JessicaPNovember 24, 2015
Fact: There are Wampanoag interpreters at the Plimoth Plantation site in Plymouth, Massachusetts. They maintain a native homesite on what was once tribal lands. These interpreters host visitors in traditional gathering places and instruct on the ways in which the pre-settler Wampanoag people might have gathered and grown food, gathered for meals and other socializing, used…
The Aftermath of Something Truly Great
By PimaLib_(Dusen)BerryBloggersNovember 23, 2015
Have you ever experienced that feeling when, in the aftermath of something truly great, whether it be a book, poem, song, memory, etc, you just have to sit back and really think about what it is that just happened to you, because your mind cannot yet comprehend the mix of emotions and feelings running through…
My Mom Made Me Do It!
By PimaLib_RavenousReadersNovember 23, 2015
When I was younger, my mom insisted that we wrote a thank you note any time we received a gift. It didn't matter how large or small the gift, you had to write the person a thank you note. There was a set time frame in which this had to be done and this was exactly…
Once a Librarian, Always a Librarian—Remembering Frank De La Cruz
By PimaLib_NuestrasRaicesNovember 20, 2015
Frank De La Cruz spearheaded changes for a better quality of life for thousands. He was an unceasing advocate for justice and fairness.
Public Library Book Bikes: History and How-To
By PimaLib_BlogNovember 18, 2015
They are the biking librarians and their trusty book bike steeds, and they are coming soon to a community event near you.
Four Score equals 80…Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
By PimaLib_JessicaPNovember 18, 2015
"Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal." --Abraham Lincoln, 1863 How is it that three short paragraphs—probably less than five minutes of speaking, unless Abraham Lincoln really liked to take his time—have…
Thanksgiving—Turkey, Football, and…The Last Waltz
By PimaLib_RhythmAndNewsNovember 17, 2015
Thanksgiving is nearly upon us, time to pay homage to The Band, Martin Scorsese, and the numerous guest musicians who joined The Band for their final show.
A Not-So-Wicked Witch of the West
By PimaLib_(Dusen)BerryBloggersNovember 16, 2015
Remember the most exciting scene in The Wizard of Oz? The one where Dorothy finally dumps a bucket of water onto the Wicked Witch of The West, and she melts away with a horrifying scream? After reading Wicked, by Gregory Maguire, this scene will never be the same. Wicked At the age of 16, a…
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