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The Weekly Waitlist: June 20, 2021

Waiting for Sunflower Sisters, World Travel: An Irreverent Guide, Mother May I, Broken Horses, or Remember? Try these while you wait!

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Watergate burglars nabbed!

It's been nearly 50 years (this month marks 49) since five men were caught breaking into the Watergate building.

Rainbow Reads Book Chat Online

Jul 18th | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Event
Be part of this positively queer reading circle! Join us for a Book Chat, where we share our favorite recent books with LGBTQ+ themes.

Ready, Set, Hold: Romances out this Summer

Summer is here (in every way that counts) & it's time to cool off with a romance! Get in line for these coming out in June, July, & August!

The Weekly Waitlist: June 20, 2021

Waiting for Sunflower Sisters, World Travel: An Irreverent Guide, Mother May I, Broken Horses, or Remember? Try these while you wait!

Shantay, You Stay!

Live your best "Ru Paul's Drag Race" fantasy with these titles!

Daddy's Girl

A list of novels that reveal the good, the bad, and the complicated in relationships between fathers and daughters.

Happy Father's Day... I'm glad you're not mine

Sure, there are fathers in fiction that we'd all love to have... and then there are those who we might not send a card to.

June 20th is World Refugee Day

Put yourself in another person's shoes by reading books about the refugee experience.

Forever Free: Juneteenth Then And Now

June 19 is a special day in American history, particularly in the history of black Americans. What are you doing this Juneteenth?

Autistic LGBTQ+ Characters

Autistic individuals are FAR more likely to identify as queer than the general population. That's why June 18th is Autistic Pride Day.

Teen reads for World Refugee Day

According to the United Nations, "every minute, 20 people leave everything behind to escape war, persecution, and terror."

Literary Fathers and Daughters: Take the Quiz

Father's Day didn't become official until 1972 but fathers have always had a place in literature.
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