Corban and Alyssa discuss some of their favorite comics that have moved to the screen. From the good, the bad and the ugly comics are all over the screen. We are going to give you some of our insights from popular shows and movies from Marvel, CW, DC and more.
Comics and their stories have become an everyday part of today’s media. Join Librarians Alyssa and Corban for a special LibraryCon episode as they take us on a tour of some of their favorite comics and graphic novels. Not only will you be inspired to pick up a comic book from your library, but you’ll also learn about checking out e-comics to read on your device! Make sure to check out our other LibraryCon virtual programs. Here are some of the titles they discuss: DC, Marvel, The Boys, Watchman, Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Nicolas and Travis discuss some of their favorite classics, authors and the history of writing. They theorize over the debate of what makes a classic. They discuss the following books and authors: The Count of Monte Cristo by Andrea Duema, As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner, Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien, Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, Edgar Allen Poe
Do you want to branch out in your book choices but don't know where to start? Join Caroline and Jen from the library as they review some of their most recent diverse reads. We dive into three titles that are written by authors from diverse backgrounds whose stories will encourage you to grow and learn through the experiences of others. You will be inspired to pick up these titles and follow along! There There By Tommy Orange, Long Way Down By Jason Reynolds, You Can't Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain By Phoebe Robinson
Are you looking for your next favorite book? Tune in to the ShelfLogic podcast to hear librarians from Maricopa County Library District banter about books, movies, music and more! We’ll share what we’re reading, recommend some fantastic titles, and give you insight into what librarians really think about what’s in the library. While our tastes might not always be logical, our shelves are. We can’t wait to share our favorite reads with you!