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Arizona residents can read free eBooks that are compatible with iOS, Android, and Kindle.

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Get Started with Fantasy

Not sure where to start with fantasy? This list is a great mix of authors from different sub-genres.

Nonfiction to read during your downtime over the holidays

Looking for something to read during the holidays or need an excuse to get away from people? Here are some titles I've enjoyed this year!
PimaLib_NormS said:

A member of Minnesota’s Ojibwe tribe, David Treuer, has written “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America From 1890 to the Present”, a richly detailed,…

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Remembering Veterans Day

Veterans Day, Nov. 11, began as Armistice Day, to mark the end of World War I. Today we mark the day to honor all veterans, living and dead.

The Weekly Waitlist: November 10, 2019

Here's what to read while you wait for Red at the Bone, Heaven, My Home, The Night Fire, Quantum, or The 19th Christmas.
PimaLib_NormS said:

“Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” by David Grann works as a murder mystery, and it works as an informative, interesting…

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Get Started with Fantasy Classics

These authors were some of the original fantasy greats--people who shaped the fantasy genre. For those who want to start at the beginning!

Memoirs for Native American Heritage Month

Memoirs allow us an unfettered view into another's journey and we experience things that take us beyond ourselves and expand our worldview.

The Weekly Waitlist: November 3, 2019

Waiting for The Butterfly Girl, Ink and Bone, Painting with Paper, The Glovemaker, or Ninth House? Try these while you wait!

Improve Your Health and Reduce Lifestyle Diseases

To live a long, rich, fulfilling, healthy life is desire of all. Educate yourself and reduce your chances of getting a lifestyle disease.

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Want to try something new, but don't know where to start? Try our Get Started page with the best books to read in a genre or topic.

2019 National Book Awards Finalists

Five books in five categories were named finalists in this year's National Book Awards competition. Winners will be announced on Nov 20.

November is Trans Awareness Month

Trans people have all kinds of stories. It's important to know both the tragedies of life as a trans person and the joys.

Best Books of 2019 by Publishers Weekly

Get a head start on those end-of-year best-of lists with Publishers Weekly's top picks.

The Weekly Waitlist: October 27, 2019

Are you waiting for The Last Train to London, The Education of an Idealist, Secret Tucson, Quichotte, or What Happens in Paradise?
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

So, the Goodreads blurb said of this book: "In the vein of bestsellers like A Man Called Ove or The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry comes a funny, tender-hearted…

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