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Beloved Children’s Authors Show Their Pride

Beloved Children’s Authors Show Their Pride

by Tiffany Coulson, Mattawa Library During the month of June people come together to celebrate LGBTQIA+ “Pride” month.  The purpose of the commemorative month is to recognize the impact that LGBTQ individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally.It's important for me to...

Quick Question With An Author: Meera Sriram

Quick Question With An Author: Meera Sriram

By Heather, Oroville Library Author Meera Sriram believes in the power of stories. Having lived almost equal parts of her life in India and the United States, Meera is almost always tempted to write about experiences, places, and people less visible in children’s...

Hit The Trail and Read!

Hit The Trail and Read!

NCW Libraries is partnering with the Colville National Forest on a new outdoor project called Trail Tales, a fun and educational way to enjoy the outdoors and build children's interest in reading! Trail Tales combines three critical elements for family health: early...

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

The Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Month is celebrated every year in the United States in the month of May. During this month we recognize the contributions and influence of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of...

Masks Are Still Required At Our Libraries

Masks Are Still Required At Our Libraries

The latest guidance from the CDC has loosened mask recommendations for fully vaccinated individuals. We are excited by this update and encouraged that vaccination rates are climbing and infection rates are going down, but we are still requiring all visitors to NCW...

Movement For Mental Health

Movement For Mental Health

By Tiffany Coulson, Mattawa Library We all know how our mind can influence what we think about getting up and moving.  We might think we are too tired, too busy, depressed or unmotivated so we don’t “feel” like exercising.  But the connection between your body and...

NCW Virtual Reads Presents Laurie Frankel

NCW Virtual Reads Presents Laurie Frankel

NCW Libraries will host author Laurie Frankel for a free, virtual program on Thursday, June 10th at 7p.m.Register HereLaurie Frankel is the New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of three (going on four) novels. Her new novel, One Two Three, will be released...

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