When I started working for our library system, 21+ years ago, I found a treasure trove of audio books. Then one day, I fell for a voice.
The Lotterys Plus One by Emma Donoghue
By PimaLib_KidsJune 23, 2017
The Lotterys Plus One by Emma Donoghue, author of Room, among other titles, has a lot going for it.
LGBT Services Committee: Celebrating 20 Years!
By PimaLib_PrideJune 21, 2017
The PCPL LGBT Services Committee's archives are on display at the Joel D Valdez Main Library in the 3rd floor display cases through July 2017.
Sea of Tragedy
By PimaLib_(Dusen)BerryBloggersJune 19, 2017
Salt to the Sea is a historical fiction novel set in WWII based around one of the biggest, and most unknown, maritime tragedies in history. The novel follows multiple perspectives as the main characters as they board a ship looking for better lives, but heading toward disaster and tragedy. This book is incredibly gripping, I was…
Reaching towards heaven, falling towards hell
By PimaLib_(Dusen)BerryBloggersJune 12, 2017
Lazlo Strange has chased the myth of the forgotten city all his life. No-one remembers the name, but they call it Weep and none has since paralleled its lost glory. He has dreamt of escaping his life as a librarian and being a glorious warrior of the ancient city. Sarai is trapped up above, her luxurious…
Home is the Desert
By PimaLib_HeleneWJune 7, 2017
"To know the desert, one must walk in it," Ann Woodin once said. "It is then...we find ourselves in the comforting company of other living and warm-blooded creatures." Woodin, who passed away in April at the age of 91, knew something about walking among desert creatures because she, rather famously, had a house full of…
Love Letter to My Library: Joaquin Trujillo, PhD
By PimaLib_LoveLettersJune 1, 2017
We're grateful to Joaquin Trujillo, PhD for taking the time to submit this Love Letter.
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