How do I use My Shelves? Website and Catalog Tip of the Week #21

We’ve talked about My Shelves before, when comparing Borrowing History to the Completed Shelf. But, there are also two other shelves that could be very useful to you in your reading.   My Shelves  There are three shelves that are always available for your use in the catalog: Completed, In Progress, and For Later. Items […]

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Dangerous, Living in Your Own Mind: Donna Tartt’s The Secret History

Since its publication in 1992, Donna Tartt’s The Secret History has gone on to become an international bestseller and a cult classic. Tartt herself has since published two other books, both of which have met critical acclaim and success, one of them (remember The Goldfinch?) even winning the famed and hugely prestigious Pulitzer Prize. What is […]

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Website and Catalog Tip of the Week #20: Making the Best of the Events Calendar

We all know it: Pima County Public Library’s event calendar is a bit of a monster. With twenty seven locations, there’s a lot going on all the time. If you’re looking for something going on today, you might find it on your first try; but something you heard about that’s happening next month? Good luck. […]

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Stephen King – 13 Favorites

I have always liked scary stories.  Television shows such as The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits would captivate me and cause my heart to race – and make my siblings flee the room in terror!  Late night showings of classic horror films like The Creature from the Black Lagoon and Frankenstein were certain to leave me […]

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Partner Spotlight: Pima Council on Aging (PCOA)

PCOA advocates, plans, coordinates, develops and delivers home-and-community-based aging services for older adults and provides supportive assistance, accurate information, and local resource connections for family caregivers. We partner with them by hosting PCOA volunteer ambassadors, who provide information about meeting the needs of older adults and their families. The ambassador meets one-on-one with individuals on a first-come first-served basis […]

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