It's a new year, and we're kicking it off right!
Best of 2019
Did you see all of our Best of 2019 lists? Just in case you missed them, visit our homepage and browse to your heart's content. You can start your 2020 reading list now!
Donate to our 4th Annual Pima Animal Care Center Holiday Pet Supply Drive. Drop them by before January 6.
Southwest Books of the Year
A favorite for readers who stay up late devouring the best of Southwest-themed books, the Library’s 43rd annual Southwest Books of the Year is now available!
This year’s selections range widely from memoir and biography to history, poetry, and art and photography. As always, it also features some great books for kids.
January is chock full of author goodness.
January Local Author Showcase - Featured local authors are Sharon Kennedy, Marge Saiser and Byron Thompson.
To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona- JFCS has published two volumes of To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona that share the personal testimonies of 81 Holocaust Survivors.
Author Salon: America's Most Alarming Writer- Good friends and colleagues, Bill Broyles and Bruce Dinges joined together to edit a collection of fifty inspiring reflections on the life and work of award-winning writer Charles Bowden, America's Most Alarming Writer. Get your tickets now!
The Summer Guests: A Rescue Story - New York Times Bestselling Author Mary Alice Monroe will talk about the book, her writing and will also share her own evacuation story, which was the inspiration for the setting of this beautiful novel.
The Friends of the Library are having a book sale, and you don't want to miss it.
- Friends of the Library Members' Only Book Sale: January 11
- Friends of the Library Community Book Sale: January 17–20
Ignite Your Business or Nonprofit
With 27 Ignite events in January alone, your business or nonprofit will get the boost it needs to succeed. Looking to get started with your own business? We have beginner classes, drop-in sessions, and social media consultations available. Running a nonprofit? Don't miss the webinar series at the Nonprofit Library at the Community Foundation Campus this month.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Civil Rights Day: January 20, 2020 - All libraries will be closed.