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Reading Arizona Collection: Arizona Voices

A collection of 70+ titles related to the racial equity and social justice struggles faced by populations throughout Arizona’s history.

Open Arizona - University of Arizona Press

Free UA Press titles in eBook format that explore the histories and experiences of Indigenous and Latino groups in the southwestern US.

More Books For You! PCPL has joined an OverDrive consortium

You can now check out ebooks from SIX other Arizona libraries and consortia!

Read Harder 2020: Read a book by or about a refugee

Every refugee story is unique. Here are some titles to try for all age groups, from a variety of locations.

Get Started With Legal Thrillers

Are you a fan of the courtroom drama or curious about what that looks like in a book? Try some of these out!

#ThisisTucson ASRC - Hot, hot, hot: Bestsellers

Are you taking part in This is Tucson's Adult Summer Reading Challenge? Here are some recent and upcoming bestsellers you may have missed.

The Weekly Waitlist: July 5, 2020

What to read while you wait for Unorthodox, The Warmth of Other Suns, The New Jim Crow, All Adults Here, or Breath.

Love in the Stacks!

Books, reference work, storytimes, reader's advisory, and shelving aren't the only things these librarians love.

Have some dessert with your murder

Pies, cakes, fudge....and murder? These cozy mysteries chosen by a PCPL librarian all serve up a side of dessert with their murders.

5 Star eBook fiction from 2019

You may have missed these highly-rated eBooks. Put them on your to-be-read list today!

Read Black Pride: The Master List

As part of Kindred's quarterly #ReadBlack book chats, we talked books by queer Black authors. Here is what we were excited to discuss!

The Weekly Waitlist: June 28, 2020

Waiting for The Vanishing Half, Our Time is Now, Take a Hint, Dani Brown, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, or The Last Trial? Try these!

Poetry as a force for social change

Poetry is a powerful vehicle to explore human rights, protest, and social justice. Poetry can speak the truth and rally against complacency.

Give Me Liberty!

Be inspired by the sacrifices of phenomenal people of color as they valiantly fought for liberty during the American Revolution and beyond.

Get started with Post-Apocalyptic!

It's end of the world as we know it, & nobody feels fine! This series of novels deals with the fallout and collapse of society.
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