Make an appointment to pick up a banned book,
and join us for talk with Ernesto Cisneros, author of Efrén Divided.
Media literacy tools help us fact check news we get from friends and family, and from outside sources. Leading up to the election, we are sharing a series of media literacy tools, tips and reminders to help make sure you can trust the information you receive.
See what authors Neil Gaiman, Ann Patchett, Jennifer Egan and others have to say in this video about what to expect when you are electing.
We are excited to once again participate in the annual Día de los Muertos celebration in San Rafael! On Día de los Muertos we honor loved ones who have passed away. Learn about all the ways you can take part in this month-long virtual celebration, and have a look at our miniature altar on display at the Pickleweed Branch!
Our miniature altar is on display at the Pickleweed Branch. We are honoring 3 late authors: Rudolfo Anaya, Gabriela Mistral and Carlos Fuentes
Celebrate the contributions of Hispanic and Latinx people throughout the month and all year long! Looking for your next great Latinx picture book, middle grade novel, or YA novel? Las Musas are a collective of women and non-binary Latinx authors. Their mission is to spotlight the contribution of Las Musas in the evolving canon of children's literature and celebrate the diversity of voice, experience, and power in Latinx communities.
Join us for a book discussion followed by an author talk and Q&A with Ernesto Cisneros, author of Efrén Divided. In this new middle-grade novel, middle school student Efrén Nava must balance school work and friendships while finding a way to bring his mother home after she is deported to Mexico.