Spotlight

Latest from our staff

  • New and Forthcoming Nonfiction – June 2019

    Almost every day new books arrive at the Library to be processed and then placed on the shelf or in your hands. Take a look at some of the books that have arrived most recently at the Library. Ask for more titles at the Research Services Desk! LGBTQ Real queer America : LGBT stories from… Read more »

  • Staff Picks: Liz’s Selections of the Day

    We asked Fiction Librarian Liz which books she’s recommending today.

  • Library Life Episode 213

    Library Life May 2019 This episode of Library Life includes: An inside look at this year’s upcoming Summer Reading Program, It’s Showtime at Your Library!, and information about Adult, Teen, and Youth program steps and prizes. The Summer Reading Program runs June 1 – July 31. An interview with lawyer Trisha Chokshi from local business,… Read more »

  • Make It Noisy in Boise!

    Singing is a great way for kids to hear the sounds in words since it slows down the pronunciation and can be repetitive to emphasize syllables. We live in a noisy world.  Celebrate some of those sounds by listening to Jim Gill Makes It Noisy in Boise, Idaho.

  • Finals Time Is Here Again!

    Want to kick your finals studying up a notch? Stop by the Teen Space and we can help with that!

  • May Is National Older Americans Month

    Are you an older American interested in improving your financial literacy? Get informed with free tools and resources available at the CFPB’s Working with Older Adults webpage. You can also download guides for specific topics such as Reverse Mortgages and Managing Someone Else’s Money, as well as find informational blogs about related topics. Free publications—such… Read more »