Reading Arizona celebrated its first birthday on November 13. In honor of one year of making Arizona ebooks freely available to Arizonans, let’s look back on what we’ve done so far. Notable achievements: 200 ebooks added, bringing the total to over 700 freely available ebooks A partnership with the University of Arizona Press to make […]
October is ghost season and the Arizona State Archives is celebrating with a display of documents and photographs. Come to the state archives and see a series of exhibits relating to Arizona ghost towns and abandoned places, Thursday, October 1. Learn more here. The first exhibit, opening October 1 for one-day only, includes territorial maps and […]
The State Library will be celebrating Constitution Day this Thursday, September 17 in the Historic Senate Chamber of the Capitol Museum tomorrow. The original, signed Arizona State Constitution will be on display courtesy of the State Archives, and the Capitol Museum and State Library of Arizona both have United States Constitution related displays. Hear Arizona Supreme […]
As you browse our ebooks this week, you may notice Reading Arizona Ebooks appears pleasantly different. BiblioBoard, the software that powers Reading Arizona, launched a new user interface on September 15. Updates include an inviting design, simple navigation and tools for personalization. New and varied ways to browse and explore make it easier to discover […]
The Arizona Daily Star published a blog post discussing “what to read in the continued pursuit of being a well-read Southern Arizonan.” The list includes such fundamental works as The Bean Trees, Capirotada, These is My Words, and Desert Solitaire. We are working hard to obtain all of these great titles and have spoken to a couple of these […]
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