Carbondale Library

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    This September, remember banned books

    By Tracy Kallassy
    Garfield County Public Libraries

    It may sound like something more suited to a dystopian novel than to present-day America, but attempts to ban books are surging across the country and are becoming increasingly successful. The past few months alone have seen a staggering number

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    Club de Bolsitas Rojas – Biblioteca de Carbondale

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    Padres y/o Cuidadores de Niños(as) e hijos de 0-5 años de edad, acompáñenos para disfrutar de cuentos y actividades en español. Los participantes pueden formar parte del programa “Bolsitas Rojas” de Raising A Reader, y llevar prestada una bolsa con libros cada semana.

    Todos los Lunes (excepto el 5 de…

  • Locations: News Published

    Our Town: Kat Dressman puts the fun in fundamental reading

    Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity

    Q: Where are you from?

    A: I grew up in a lot of different places, but I was born in Plano, Texas, and I lived there for about eight years. Then I lived in Colorado for a little bit… read more →

  • Locations: Opinion Published

    Recommended Reading: Love is 'strange'

    By Amy Krakow 
    Carbondale Library 

    It’s the amorous month of February, so it would be appropriate to review a romantic novel. Instead, however, I am going to steal an arrow from Cupid’s quiver and review a hilarious and sensitive graphic novel that I’m madly in love with.… read more →