Get down with breakdancing, house and more Start moving and grooving Sat. June 6 at 11 a.m. on the library’s YouTube channel. This video is for all levels and recommended for ages 8 and up. See what moves you can master and join us on July 23 at 11 a.m. for a live, follow up discussion with Block […]
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Sharing recipes from around the world Thanks to a BoulderReads volunteer, the spring edition of Boulder Home and Garden magazine features five recipes from BoulderReads participants. The authors hail from Venezuela, Iran, Mexico, Mali, & Russia. Check out all the recipes in the 2019 BoulderReads Discoveries. BoulderReadshelps adult learners gain new literacy skills.
Storytime! New live storytimes Mon.-Sat. at 10 a.m. View the recordings 24/7 on our YouTube playlist. Check out our Online Library. Featuring eBooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and music, classes, research resources, concerts, and more for all ages. Take a look at our calendar of online events. Get ready for Summer of Discovery! Our reading and activity challenges are going virtual, starting […]
How do I return my items that are due? All libraries are closed including our book drops. Please do not return checked-out items until we announce items can be returned safely to avoid the spread of COVID-19. All materials are currently not due until June 30, including Prospector and Interlibrary loans. We do not have […]
Stream our content online • Online storytime! Watch Read With Us & Our Storytime on YouTube • Enjoy our previously-recorded concerts • Get a library card and enjoy our online libraries • Gale online courses will help you learn something new • Make something great with Creative Bug
Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations by Mira Jacob “This is a funny and complex book motivated by questions from the author’s six-year-old son, questions that are sparked in the years leading up to Trump’s election as her son forms his identity as a young brown boy. Throughout this uniquely illustrated graphic memoir, Jacob explores her […]
We offer several newsletters that you can subscribe to. Library Newsletter (bi-weekly) BLDG 61 Makerspace Concert Series Updates (bi-monthly) Office of Arts + Culture Newsletter Check out past Library Newsletters. Past issues of the Library Newsletter 2020 May 27 2020 May 12 2020 May 1 2020 Apr 10 2020 Mar 26 2020 Mar 11 2020 […]
If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo “This novel about Amanda, a trans teen, negotiating a new school was interesting, informative, funny and heartbreaking. Loved it!” –Margie, Resource Services Get more staff reading recommendations
“Children of Blood and Bone” by Tomi Adeyemi “‘Children of the Blood and Bone’ is set in Orisha, a fantasy nation with roots in West African mythology. Adeyemi creates a world where magic has been completely suppressed. The main protagonist, Zeile, is born a maji, but must hide her magical powers. I highly recommend this […]
“There There” by Tommy Orange “A city is a place, is a collection of architecture, is neighborhoods, is happenings, is a multiplicity of voices. In the “There There”, the city is Oakland, CA, and the voices are those of urban (Indigenous) Natives. What starts as individual vignettes ends in a kind of complicated coherence, where […]