Do you like dark, atmospheric books set in the world of schools/universities? Stories about literary obsession, privilege, cliques, murder?
Tales of a Novice Gardener: Indulging in Catnip
By PimaLib_SeedLibraryJanuary 29, 2022
I’m a cat lover. I won’t fetch a glass of water if a cat is on my lap. When I saw catnip in the Seed Library, I excitedly checked out some.
Grow Your Own Winter Greens
By PimaLib_SeedLibraryJanuary 25, 2022
Growing your own greens means you’ll always have some fresh leaves available to snip and add to daily meals! They grow fast and don’t take up a ton of space.
Demons out! Good luck in! Happy Setsubun!
By PimaLib_BiblioLotusJanuary 24, 2022
This blog post is brought to you by Paige C., Flowing Wells Library. An oni during a Setsubun ceremony at a temple. A man is throwing beans to banish the oni.
Three Books on a Theme: Sisters
By PimaLib_RecommendationsJanuary 24, 2022
I wished fervently for a sister when I was little, but alas, I only had brothers. Between my brothers and all their friends, it was a real Boysland at my house.
12 Garden Questions
By PimaLib_SeedLibraryJanuary 18, 2022
Jeff McWhorter is the managing librarian at El Rio Library and part of the Seed Library Team. We checked in with him about all things gardening, including his m
Three Books on a Theme: Subtle Takes on Multiverses
By PimaLib_RecommendationsJanuary 17, 2022
What is a multiverse? Stories of fairies whisking babies away, or Alice going through a mirror--These are part of our collective stories.
Three Books on a Theme: We Went Viral
By PimaLib_JessicaPJanuary 10, 2022
Check out these three books that are all set around a viral event.
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