Amigurumi is the art of making small dolls out of yarn. Here are some books you can use to start your own journey of making yarn friends.
Armchair traveling with your library card
By PimaLib_BlogDecember 23, 2021
This blog post brought to you be Jen G., Martha Cooper Library.
Enter the library, meet a world of possibilities
By PimaLib_HollySDecember 21, 2021
This article, by Angharad Daly, was originally published in the Arizona Daily Star on December 19, 2021.
Three Books on a Theme: We Inherited WHAT Now?
By PimaLib_JessicaPDecember 20, 2021
These three books have a shared inheritance with stipulations in common. Check them out at your local library!
Now Sowing: Borage (September–February)
By PimaLib_SeedLibraryDecember 18, 2021
Borage is also known as starflower, bee bush, bee bread, and bugloss. It is a medicinal herb with edible leaves and flowers.
El origen de las posadas
By PimaLib_NuestrasRaicesDecember 17, 2021
Los múltiples orígenes de la piñata
By PimaLib_NuestrasRaicesDecember 15, 2021
Now Sowing Archive: Three cheers for chard!
By PimaLib_SeedLibraryDecember 15, 2021
We at the Seed Library want tout the oftentimes overlooked benefits of this hearty desert-adapted green.
Three Books on a Theme: Books that inspired (pre-2000s) video games
By PimaLib_RecommendationsDecember 13, 2021
I’ve always been fascinated by the early history of video gaming. It’s endlessly interesting to me that upon being confronted with new technology, humans immedi
Aw, thank YOU!
By PimaLib_HollySDecember 10, 2021
It's the end of the year, and goodness, our customers have said some truly amazing things about us over the past twelve months.
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