There is still time this May to celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. We recognize contributions to our collective culture, history, and advancements in the United States.
Below are some highlights of electronic resources selected by librarian Thomas Maxheimer,… READ MORE
QPL’s eBook collection is at your fingertips and we’re pleased to have the following recent award winners available for you to check out from anywhere!
2020 Pulitzer Prize Winners:
Pulitzer Prize in Poetry: Jericho Brown’s The Tradition
Beauty abounds in Jericho Brown’s… READ MORE
Here are some of the new books coming to the Library for adults, children, and teens—from magical children’s books to historical fiction to books for Black History Month.
January 7, 2020Welcome to the Pine Away Motel and Cabins (adult)
by Katarina Bivald
The latest book by the… READ MORE
Andrew David MacDonald, debut author of When We Were Vikings, doesn’t have the Internet at home or on his phone, so he does everything online in libraries, coffee shops, and his favorite—coffee shops in libraries. He wrote a lot of his first book in several libraries in Canada… READ MORE
Julia Phillips’ debut novel Disappearing Earth was a finalist for last year’s National Book Award. But Phillips explains that her first book was actually a project she made at her local public library as a child, through a four-week “make your own book” course for elementary… READ MORE