The Pima County Public Library is as close as your smartphone or tablet.
If you are planning on participating in the Pima County Public Library's Summer Reading Program, don't forget to sign up Friday.
Today is half price day at the Friends of the Library's book sale.
Take your elementary aged kids to Woods Memorial Library, 3455 N. First Ave., at 4:30 p.m. today to work with teen mentors on words and expressive art.
Renovations at one Tucson library are wrapping up, while work at another is gearing up.
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Librarian Ruth Grant is the new manager at the Oro Valley Public Library. Here she was checking computers at her previous job at the Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr. Library in Marana.
Ruth Grant, third from front, goes over the work schedule with Wheeler Taft Abbett staff members.
Ruth Grant, the new Oro Valley library manager, puts out books for display at her previous library, the Wheeler Taft Abbett branch.
Changes are under way at the Oro Valley Public Library, which was fully taken over Jan. 1 by the Pima County Public Library, becoming a branch of the system rather than an affiliate.
This painted cabinet serves as a Little Free Library in the Garden District, near the Martha Cooper Library.
At the FreeCycle event at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library last year, Marilyn Ryan Hulbert got this guitar from Gloria Davis, right, and gave Davis a cookbook in exchange.
The guests have gone, the holiday hullabaloo hushed.
The Pima County Public Library is offering help in learning how to download free books, movies and music to that new gadget you got as a gift.
Teacher Jeff Mann, with the Flowing Wells High School Friends of the Library Club, formed in support of Friends of the Pima County Public Library.
It all started with a sign that said "Hobbits here."
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