January Staff Picks

A new year means new books to dive into, headfirst, with reckless abandon! Mesa County Libraries staff offers the following excellent recommendations with hopes you find a fresh favorite read to propel you through January. Click on any of the cover images below to be directed to our catalog. Rachel H.’s Pick:  American Made: What […]

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December Staff Picks

The staff at Mesa County Libraries hopes you are settling into your winter season with cozy cheer, hot beverages, and a hearty stack of enjoyable books.  To add to your “Must Read” pile, check out the following recommendations shared by our book-hungry employees. For an added bonus, we’ve also compiled a short list of our […]

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November Staff Picks

Greetings, fellow library-goers! November is starting strong with a few staff recommendations we are excited to share. Click on any of the images below to be directed to the Mesa County Libraries catalog. Sean E.’s pick: News of the World (DVD) Based on the book of the same name, News of the World follows Captain Kidd […]

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October Scary Staff Picks

Many of you might be jumping for joy, as this is by far your favorite time of year! If you enjoy celebrating the season known for eerie, chilling good fun, Mesa County Libraries has got you covered with a selection of fantastically frightening books and films that could inspire you to sleep with the lights […]

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September Staff Picks

Check out our monthly Staff Picks for some fresh titles, recommended to you and yours from the Mesa County Libraries staff. Click on any of the images below to be directed to our catalog to get your hands on these terrific items. Alayna’s Pick The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays On A Human-Centered Planet by John Green […]

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August Staff Picks

The library stacks are full of amazing titles you have yet to discover.  For some enticing reads, check out the following August recommendations from our staff here at Mesa County Libraries.  (Click on any of the book covers to be directed to our catalog.) Allie’s Pick: The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix Grady […]

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July Staff Picks

Keep the good times and great reads rolling this summer with new recommendations from our library staff. Please visit our catalog for even more terrific staff summer reading picks. Ana’s Pick Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women that a Movement Forgot by Mikki Kendall (This title can be applied towards the Mirrors and Windows Reading […]

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Staff Summer Reading Picks

It’s that time again! Every year, we look forward to the start of Summer Reading.  Summer Reading encourages patrons of all ages to explore the libraries amazing collection, track reading progress, attend special events, and win prizes throughout the entirety of this program, June 1st thru July 17th. If you’re looking to add some variety […]

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Summer Reading starts June 1

Now that summer is here, be sure to include Summer Reading at Mesa County Libraries in your plans! Summer Reading 2021 begins Tuesday, June 1, and wraps up Saturday, July 17. Along the way, kids, teens, and adults will have opportunities to pursue their reading goals, win prizes in biweekly drawings, and exercise their creativity […]

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May Staff Picks

Happy May, all! For this month, we’d like to focus our staff recommendations around a special new reading experience here at Mesa County Libraries. The Mirrors and Windows reading experience is a celebration of culture focused on diverse books and films offered throughout our catalog.  This idea stems from a movement called Read Woke started […]

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