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Teen Book Bingo Recommendations

In Spokane Boredom Buster, our teen zine, we have a Book Bingo activity that encourages you to read a ton of great books! Here are

Pride Month Book List 2022 | Picture Books

Uncle Bobby’s Wedding by Sarah Brannen This book will be at the Library soon What Are Your Words? A Book About Pronouns by Katherine Locke Check out the book Ho’Onani: Hula Warrior by Heather Gale This book will be at the Library soon Stella Brings the Family by Miriam B.

Pride Month Resources @ The Library

Pride Month is a dedicated time to actively reflect on the history, advocate, and acknowledge the accomplishments of the LGBTQ2IA+ community. Celebrate who you are and support your friends during Pride Month with this selection of books, movies, and more. Read Adult Book List Young Adult Book List Middle Grade

Local Recommendations | Pride Month

For Pride Month, we reached out to the LGBTQ2IA+ community and asked them to share some of their favorite books or books they felt were important for others to read. This is an #OwnVoices list in more than one way, it is selected by #OwnVoices and the books themselves are

Check Out Stained-Glass Art from Local Students

Now through June 14, check out student created stained-glass artworks at Shadle Park, Liberty Park, Hillyard, and The Hive. This project came together through a collaboration with the groups below. You can also be a part of this project! Read on to see how it worked and how to take

All About the Lucky Day Collection

Is there a book you’ve been itching to read? It’s your lucky day! Walk into any Spokane Public Library location and check out the Lucky Day shelves. You will find the latest and greatest titles available to read for a three-week check out period! What makes the Lucky Day Collection

Observance of the Holocaust Art Exhibit @ Liberty Park Library

We’re honored to announce our first official art exhibit at Liberty Park Library! Students from middle and high schools around Spokane recently submitted pieces of art focusing on the theme “Why Holocaust Education” to the 7th Annual Art Competition by Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust Planning Committee, Temple Beth

Teen Book Bingo Recommendations

In Spokane Boredom Buster, our teen zine, we have a Book Bingo activity that encourages you to read a ton of great books! Here are

Pride Month Book List 2022 | Picture Books

Uncle Bobby’s Wedding by Sarah Brannen This book will be at the Library soon What Are Your Words? A Book About Pronouns by Katherine Locke Check out the book Ho’Onani: Hula Warrior by Heather Gale This book will be at the Library soon Stella Brings the Family by Miriam B.

Pride Month Resources @ The Library

Pride Month is a dedicated time to actively reflect on the history, advocate, and acknowledge the accomplishments of the LGBTQ2IA+ community. Celebrate who you are and support your friends during Pride Month with this selection of books, movies, and more. Read Adult Book List Young Adult Book List Middle Grade

Local Recommendations | Pride Month

For Pride Month, we reached out to the LGBTQ2IA+ community and asked them to share some of their favorite books or books they felt were important for others to read. This is an #OwnVoices list in more than one way, it is selected by #OwnVoices and the books themselves are

Check Out Stained-Glass Art from Local Students

Now through June 14, check out student created stained-glass artworks at Shadle Park, Liberty Park, Hillyard, and The Hive. This project came together through a collaboration with the groups below. You can also be a part of this project! Read on to see how it worked and how to take

All About the Lucky Day Collection

Is there a book you’ve been itching to read? It’s your lucky day! Walk into any Spokane Public Library location and check out the Lucky Day shelves. You will find the latest and greatest titles available to read for a three-week check out period! What makes the Lucky Day Collection

Observance of the Holocaust Art Exhibit @ Liberty Park Library

We’re honored to announce our first official art exhibit at Liberty Park Library! Students from middle and high schools around Spokane recently submitted pieces of art focusing on the theme “Why Holocaust Education” to the 7th Annual Art Competition by Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust Planning Committee, Temple Beth