30 Books in 30 Minutes Pride Picks: Nonfiction
On Wednesday, June 7th at our South Side location, and on Saturday June 24th at our Downtown location, CLP will be reprising the popular 30 Books in 30 Minutes program … Continued
30 Books in 30 Minutes Pride Picks: Biographies and Memoirs
On Wednesday, June 7th at our South Side location, and Saturday, June 24th, at our Downtown location, CLP will be reprising the popular 30 Books in 30 Minutes program – … Continued
Thinking About Cities
When you walk out your front door, what do you see? Who are your neighbors, and where did the names of your streets come from? Can you walk to a … Continued
Summer Reading: Find Your Voice – Children’s Picks
CLP’s Summer Reading theme for 2023 is Find Your Voice. Of course, how folks find and share their voice looks a bit different for everyone. In these titles, you’ll see … Continued
Summer Reading: Find Your Voice – Connecting With Water
The following list of books examines our relationship to water, whether it’s physically immersing ourselves in it or just being near the water, and each displays the many ways in which connecting with water can help us both mentally and physically.
Summer Reading: Find Your Voice – Teen Picks
These titles for teens offer information, advice and examples of ways that individuals speak up, speak out and speak their truth.
Everybody Say Love: The Power of Drag
Drag is having a moment. RuPaul’s Drag Race, the competition reality series has won multiple Emmys both for the show and its iconic host, and has moved from the niche … Continued
AANHPI Heritage Month Reads
Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month is recognized and celebrated in May. This month is an opportunity to celebrate peoples within Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific … Continued
From lyrical picture books and nursery rhymes to novels in verse, here is a list of poetry books for you to share with your readers.
For the Birds
The literature surrounding birds is always growing, whether scientific studies or celebrations of the personal connections that one can find with animals that are, largely, at a distance.