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Margaret Regan is our new Writer in Residence and will hold office hours to help aspiring writers improve their work.
We've got a Black History Month celebration all month, another Library Night Out, and other special events. What's not to love?
Today we learned what 2019 children's and teen books won the big American Library Association awards
On Sunday, January 26, 2020, Kobe Bryant was one of nine people who died when the helicopter they were in crashed in California.
Take a journey around the world by reading these middle grade books that take place in other countries! Read Harder in 2020!
Our staff has great recommendations for the Year of the Rat, especially for bringing reading into your elementary & middle-school students!
Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809. Discover his works again or for the first time.
Who doesn't enjoy Rick Riordan's series? When you're all done, try some of these awesome read-alikes!
Your new favorite audiobook = Tristan Strong Punches A Hole In The Sky. Listen now (or any time!) for free on RBdigital.
The experts over at Novelist, who keep track of everything reading, have put out their best of 2019. Here are their picks for nonfiction.
Ann Dickinson, a retired Pima County Public Library librarian, is an avid reader of books for children and teens.
Everyone: children, adults, seniors! Chess might just be your new favorite hobby.
What did Pima County read, watch, and listen to in 2019? Check out all the Best of lists to find out!
Meet Sky and Sebastian, brothers who live in the small town of Arivaca. They love coming to the library to hang out and use computers.