The Cascade Festival of African Films, hosted by PCC Cascade, is the oldest African film festival in the U.S., and is now in its 34th year. Get ready by hosting a home-watch party with these films from past festivals, available for streaming. CFAF runs from Feb. 2 to March 2, 2024.
Zevin's richly imagined novel follows three friends over 30 years. In their mid-20s, Sadie, Sam and Marx design a compelling video game that brings them fame and fortune, changing the course of their lives.
Full of references that will delight gamers and anyone who remembers the 90s, Zevin’s novel is an expansive exploration of the creative impulse and the evolving nature of deep friendship.
Whether you’re connecting with your little one, a younger sibling, or babysitting for a friend’s child, starting a new project together can be just the thing to bridge generations. These titles are an invitation to your inner child to let your imagination run free right alongside your junior companion’s.
These books for teens feature AANHPI fictional characters and include some nonfiction memoirs.
An ally is someone who stands up for, supports and encourage the people around them. These books can help you become more comfortable with gender identities and sexual orientation, and learn about LGBTQIA+IAP history and issues.
These comics, graphic novels and manga for teens in grades 6-12 feature gender diverse, trans, gay, lesbian, queer, LGBTQIA++ characters.
Fiction and nonfiction for teens focused on trans, nonbinary and gender nonconforming identities.
Fiction and nonfiction for teens focused on gay identities.
Fiction and nonfiction about bisexual identities.
Nonfiction for teens
Fiction and nonfiction for teens focused on intersex, asexual, pansexual and demisexual identities.
Fantasy for adults and older teens based on or inspired by traditional stories, folklore, and myths from around the world.