It’s Heritage Week! Learn about heritage properties in Kamloops in this guest post from the Heritage Engagement Group. Continue reading Where do you find heritage?
It’s one week until I Read Canadian Day. There’s nothing we love more than celebrating our right to read Canadian, First Nations, Inuit, and Metis authors. There is so much richness, diversity, and breadth to discover in Canadian literature! Continue reading Freedom to Read: Canadian
Freedom to Read 2021: Part 1 – In February we’re celebrating intellectual freedom with our Freedom to Read contest Feb 1-28th. Continue reading Freedom to Read 2021: Part 1
Check out this #Staff Pick from Joscelyn! Continue reading #StaffPick: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Check out this #staff pick from Dara! Continue reading #StaffPick: The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness by Sarah Ramey
Looking for a great book for a teen? Look no further than the nominees of the Amy Mathers Teen Book Award! Continue reading Amy Mathers Teen Book Award
For Tech Tuesday this week we’re talking about the TNRL’s streaming service IndieFlix. Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Catch some IndieFlix with your Library Card!
Compared to twenty years ago, we’ve come a long way in diverse representation! There’s always improvements to make, but now, we are starting to see people of every shape, colour, belief, gender, sexuality, and ability at the forefront of our stories. Here are a few diverse reads for you, if you’re looking for something new. They are all under a year old and have gotten a lot of positive attention! Continue reading #StaffPick: Diverse Reads
Check out this recipe inspired by Chocolat! Continue reading Literary Food & Drink
Are you or someone you care about heading back to school? Whatever school looked like for you last September, you’re undoubtedly experiencing some changes. Whether you’re learning virtually or in-person here are some of Julia’s tips to help you move forward positively this September. Continue reading Staying Motivated in School