March starts with a bang at the Festival of Books on the 2nd-3rd, two days packed with author talks and panels, book sales, activities, and the popular science city. If you don't make it to the festival, don't worry-- you can find books by festival authors all year at your library. Plus, throughout March you can catch family-friendly events at the AZ SciTech Festival hosted at PCPL libraries.
During Women's History Month, readers of all ages can dig into stories about famous women, as well as discover those forgotten to history. With biographies, movies, graphic novels,and picture books, you'll easily fill up your library card. César Chávez Day falls on the last day of the month and you can honor the labor activist and civil rights organizer by learning more about his incredible life. Also, make sure to visit local public art dedicated to his legacy.
As you can tell, its another month with plenty to do, read and discover. Head over to the Celebrate page to find more March events and take a look at a sampling below.
These are some serious super-heroines - pick a series and enjoy the ride!
Celebrate Saint Paddy's Day with a work of fiction by an Irish-born author.
The name is familiar, but who was César Chávez? Read all about the workers' and civil rights activist right here in the library! Check out books, film, and online resources about César Chávez, and learn about the labor movement he spearheaded.