Illustrated biographies for elementary ages about girls and women who have an impact on our world.
Mark Black History Month 2024 by exploring these titles for young readers focused on African Americans in the arts.
Mark Black History Month 2024 with this list of curated titles focused on African Americans and the arts.
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.
At the end of every month, I look over what I've read and pick the best, the jewel, the cream of the crop. At the end of the year, I try to choose the best book I've read this year.
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.
Wherever you are in the Americas, you are on land that has been inhabited by Indigenous people since time immemorial. In November, we honor the rich histories, diverse cultures and essential contributions of Native American, First Nations, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiian and Indigenous peoples. Here is a very small selection of books and resources representing some of the lived experiences of the many and diverse Indigenous people who live in what we now call North America, with a focus on the Pacific Northwest.
If you are looking for some rom coms then this might be the list for you. This list was made by a Librarian for a patron. If you'd like a personalized list of your own please contact us: https://multcolib.org/reading-suggestions-new
Creepy and scary books for upper elementary and middle school ages.
Picture books with modern Native, American Indian, Indigenous, Alaska Native, First Nations, Métis, & Inuit families
Many picture books show peoples indigenous to North America in a historical context, but Native people aren't a relic of the past, and as these books show they are active members of the modern world. #ownvoices
Interested in joining the ever-growing food cart scene? We can help! We’ve collected resources to help you run a successful food cart. Learn how to write a cart-centric business plan, get help with financing and draw menu inspiration from other street food vendors.