How many versions of the legend of King Arthur have you seen, read, or heard in your lifetime?
New Fiction for Fans of Southwest Suspense
By PimaLib_HeleneWMay 16, 2017
As a Southwest fiction fan I was delighted with Sycamore, a suspenseful, hot-off-the-press novel set in Arizona's high desert. Author Bryn Chancellor, who knows the landscape well, has created a setting so evocative that readers can feel the intense summer heat and smell the approaching monsoon. Jess Winters was just 17 years old when she went…
A Peek Inside a Picture Book
By PimaLib_KidsMay 9, 2017
A picture book can uncover something magical. It can draw us into a new world and change the way we view our own.
Unlocking the Future: GED Classes Offer Opportunity to Pursue Lifelong Goals
GED student, Dilbert Lord, finds comfort in knowing how invested the instructors are in his success.
Uncovering Potential: With Training and Encouragement, Job Help Customers Find New Careers
Vera Scrivner describes how she felt upon discovering the library as a child, “All the treasures it hid—it was like finding Aladdin’s cave.”
Beyond Learning: ESL Classes Help Students Connect with Others and Feel Supported
“English has always been my weak spot. Plus, it’s a good excuse to be in the library.” Evangelina “Eva” Cox smiles as she talks about the Mission Library and the ESL classes she took there for two years. “I went twice a week. The instructors were supportive, but so were the students. We wanted one…
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