Summer Reading holds a special place in my heart, because from the year I was born I was always the first kid signed up for it at my neighborhood library. As an adult, that same holds true. Here are five books I loved the most this summer.
July is Disability Pride Month. Check out these titles for a mix of memoirs, first-person stories and essays about the modern disability experience, and fiction with disability representation.
Check out these titles for contemporary memoirs and biographies of LGBTQIA+ individuals.
The PittEd Justice Collective and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh aim to make information and resources available to those seeking to self-educate and engage in productive dialogue around systemic oppression and antiracism.
This list showcases a few of the singers, artists, dancers, writers (and one zookeeper) who helped shape our culture. Check out their stories in these beautifully illustrated books.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has a wide selection of print and digital titles to commemorate the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July 4, 1776. Make sure to include some reading time in your 4th of July celebration plans.
What’s blue and white and read all over? Books, of course! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has a wide selection of print and digital titles to commemorate the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July 4, 1776.
It is essential for people of all backgrounds and experiences to learn the power of embracing their story and the importance of storytelling – no matter their niche.
These titles for all ages celebrate and center the lives, voices, work and influence of BIPOC dancers.
Peruse this list to find a book (or movie) that matches the aspect of “Nomadland” that most resonated with you!