March Staff Picks

Spring is resurfacing, and new book recommendations are sprouting from the minds of our library staff.  To enjoy these reads with us, click on any of the book covers below to be directed to the Mesa County Libraries catalog.  Kelsey’s Pick:  Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite edited by Natalie C. Parker and […]

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Video Game Review: Mortal Kombat 11

Mortal Kombat is one of the main video games everyone thinks of when they hear “Video Game”. The franchise has been around since 1992 and has 22 games as well as a plethora of comics and novels. There are also 5 movie adaptations with the most recent version set to release in April 2021. The […]

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Local History Thursday: An Interview with African-American Activist David Combs

Mesa County Libraries is pleased to present an interview with local activist David Combs, the first in the Mesa County Oral History Project’s new Social Justice Archive (created in partnership with the Black Citizens and Friends organization, Professor Sarah Swedberg, activist Shannon Robinson, and Mr. Combs). The Social Justice Archive will explore the local manifestation […]

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Lynda/LinkedIn Learning resource to end March 14

Lynda, a popular educational eResource now known as LinkedIn Learning, will no longer be offered through Mesa County Libraries after March 14, 2021. The change is happening because of Lynda’s new technological requirements that the library is not currently able to meet. The library is working on a solution to the technical issues and hopes […]

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Library now offers hoopla®, providing more access to movies, ebooks, and more

Mesa County Libraries cardholders now have access to hoopla®, an on-demand streaming service that offers more than 950,000 titles in the form of ebooks, eAudiobooks, movies, TV shows, music, and comics. Content on hoopla can be streamed from any compatible computer, mobile device, or platform by downloading the hoopla app for iOS, Android, AppleTV, Fire TV, Chromecast, […]

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Publishers Weekly 02/15/2021

Here are the most current bestsellers for fiction and nonfiction according to Publishers Weekly: Fiction The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah The Russian by James Patterson and James O Born The Sanatorium by Sarah Pearse In Love & Pajamas: A Collection of Comics about being Yourself Together by Catana Chetwynd The Vanishing Half by Brit […]

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Video Game Review: Monster Hunter World

Monster Hunter: World is an action role-playing game set on a new uncharted continent. You play as a hunter tasked with discovering the territory and keeping the dino population under control. The dinosaurs are used for crafting materials that allow you to upgrade weapons, armor, and items for your Palico cat friend. MH World was […]

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