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June 28th: History of Pride June 28th: History of Pride

recommended by PimaLib_JB
June 28 marks the 48th anniversary of the first day of the Stonewall Uprising, which set the nation on a new path on approaching LGBTQ rights over the next five decades. We have plenty of books, DVDs, and E-Library resources to learn about that moment in time!
June 28 marks the 48th anniversary of the first day of the Stonewall Uprising, which set the nation on a new path on approaching LGBTQ righ…

Monsoon season starts with El Dia de San… Monsoon season starts with El Dia de San…

In Catholicism, June 24 is St. John the Baptist's feast day. According to Tucson tradition, it marks the start of the rainy season.
In Catholicism, June 24 is St. John the Baptist's feast day. According to Tucson tradition, it marks the start of the rainy season.

Racial Justice and the Legacy of Slavery… Racial Justice and the Legacy of Slavery and Oppression

recommended by PimaLib_MattL
These books straddle the direct line that connects slavery, lynching, segregation, mass incarceration, police brutality, and the unequal application of the death penalty in America.
These books straddle the direct line that connects slavery, lynching, segregation, mass incarceration, police brutality, and the unequal ap…

Parenting 101 Parenting 101

recommended by PimaLib_SamR
Are you looking to improve your parenting skills? Try one of these books to get some helpful ideas. Then put those ideas into practice.
Are you looking to improve your parenting skills? Try one of these books to get some helpful ideas. Then put those ideas into practice.

National Eat Your Vegetables Day's 6/17! National Eat Your Vegetables Day is June 17!

recommended by PimaLib_ShirleyL
National Eat Your Vegetables Day is a nice reminder for us to focus on this part of our diet. Remember to eat your veggies to develop a healthy body . . . and perhaps lose weight in the process!
National Eat Your Vegetables Day is a nice reminder for us to focus on this part of our diet. Remember to eat your veggies to develop a he…

Build a Better World - Infrastructure Build a Better World - Infrastructure

recommended by PimaLib_KarenG
Adults, you can enjoy the Summer Reading theme of Build a Better World with our bingo challenge. One of the tracks is to read a book or wat…
Adults, you can enjoy the Summer Reading theme of Build a Better World with our bingo challenge. One of the tracks is to read a book or wat…

Boost Computer Skills with DigitalLearn Boost Computer Skills with DigitalLearn

Use DigitalLearn to up your game, whether you're a beginning or intermediate user. Learn about everything from online searching to Skype!
Use DigitalLearn to up your game, whether you're a beginning or intermediate user. Learn about everything from online searching to Skype!

American Sign Language DVD Guides American Sign Language DVD Guides

recommended by PimaLib_AmyP
PCPL recently added a lot of American Sign Language DVDs! This is great news, because the best way to learn ASL is through live action and not books. So if you need to brush up your skills, or are learning for the first time, why not check these awesome DVD's out? These DVD's we…
PCPL recently added a lot of American Sign Language DVDs! This is great news, because the best way to learn ASL is through live action and …

The Legend of Arthur: Then and Now The Legend of Arthur: Then and Now

How many versions of the legend of King Arthur have you seen, read, or heard in your lifetime? If you’re like me, it’s a lot. You might hav…
How many versions of the legend of King Arthur have you seen, read, or heard in your lifetime? If you’re like me, it’s a lot. You might hav…

أهلا وسهلا: learn about Syria أهلا وسهلا: learn about Syria

recommended by PimaLib_KatherineB
"!أهلا وسهلا" (pronounced Ahlan wa sahlan) means "Welcome!" and was one of the phrases I heard (and eventually learned) during the first of what would end up being many visits with a family from Syria who had just arrived in Tucson.
"!أهلا وسهلا" (pronounced Ahlan wa sahlan) means "Welcome!" and was one of the phrases I heard (and eventually learned)…

Living Small Living Small

recommended by PimaLib_SamR
To paraphrase Newton's Third Law-for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. So, in our world of McMansions there is also the…
To paraphrase Newton's Third Law-for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. So, in our world of McMansions there is also the…

The Lion in the Living Room

I had certain expectations of what I thought “The Lion in the Living Room: How House Cats Tamed Us and Took Over the World” by Abigail Tucke… More
recommended by PimaLib_NormS

Homeschooling Homeschooling

recommended by PimaLib_KimB
May is Homeschooling Awareness Month. If you've ever considered homeschooling or know someone who does it and would like to learn more, her…
May is Homeschooling Awareness Month. If you've ever considered homeschooling or know someone who does it and would like to learn more, her…

IDEA+SPACE: Professional Nonprofit Assoc… IDEA+SPACE: Professional Nonprofit Assoc…

recommended by PimaLib_HeatherS
Visit the IDEA+SPACE at the Pima County Public Library to find resources to help support nonprofit work.
Visit the IDEA+SPACE at the Pima County Public Library to find resources to help support nonprofit work.

Real, Fake or Somewhere in Between Real, Fake or Somewhere in Between

recommended by PimaLib_StephanieM
The blurry line between fact and fiction in the news is as old as news itself. Use these books and websites to evaluate it yourself!
The blurry line between fact and fiction in the news is as old as news itself. Use these books and websites to evaluate it yourself!

Celebrate Juneteenth! Celebrate Juneteenth!

recommended by PimaLib_DavidaL
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration of the end of slavery in the United States. It stands for June nineteenth. Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, which declared freedom for slaves in Confederate states, but many slaveowners in Texas withheld thi…
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration of the end of slavery in the United States. It stands for June nineteenth. Abraham Lincoln issue…
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