MegaMania!! 2017

Saturday, July 15  ○  1:00-6:00 PM Pima Community College Downtown Campus 1255 North Stone Avenue (NW corner of Speedway and Stone) Happening All Day COSPLAY | Show off your costume or make your own. RV Building VIDEO GAMING | Have fun playing Worlds, Super Mario Cart 8, Keep Talking & Nobody Explodes, and many other favorites!! Library […]

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Hooked by Cannibalism

It only took reading the synopsis for me to be hooked. Cannibalism. Protagonist cannibals. People who murder other people and eat their flesh. Sounds riveting, right!? Bite by K.S. Merbeth is a book about a post-apocalyptic world, a place in which some choose to turn to the unthinkable in order to survive. Told from the point of […]

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Look out! Here comes the Spider-Man!

This past week has yielded our sixth Spider-Man movie in 15 years, and the third (and youngest) actor to play him in a major film franchise. Have you seen it? What did you think? Who is Spider-Man? In all of the feature films so far, Spider-Man has been Peter Parker, smart kid from Queens who […]

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Teens: Looking to land your first job?

Here's our top ten tips from one of our 101 Space librarians: Start looking NOW. (Want a job in May? Start in February!) Get the word out.  (80% of teens get a job through a personal connection) Make a plan. Dress professionally. Apply in person. (Connect a face to the generic online app you submitted!) […]

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What are you doing for College Prep Week?

Calling all high school students! College Prep Week will be in full swing at Joel D. Valdez Main Library in the 101 Space, starting July 17. Every day for the entire week, plus bonus Python classes starting July 10, we're hosting events that help students learn skills useful in high school and beyond. Registration's required, so sign up […]

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The Mist: 100 Pages of Pure Chills

Don't you love the moment you hear a title and who the author is, and immediately know you are about to read a cleverly written book that can induce nightmares beyond your imagination? That's what was in my mind the moment I heard of The Mist by Stephen King. Although I have never been a fan of horror […]

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Sea of Tragedy

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 […]

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Reaching towards heaven, falling towards hell

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 […]

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Free books for kids and teens: start Summer Reading off right!

Kids & Teens, the library has brand-new books that need a good home! Summer Reading has begun! Visit your library to sign up and receive your reading tracker and a coupon to the Reid Park Zoo. And starting Tuesday, May 30, choose a FREE book to take home and keep in your own library. (Book giveaway, while supplies […]

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