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Borrowing questions from a favorite literacy feature in The Guardian, San Mateo County Poet Laureate Aileen Cassinetto shares her love of Shel Silverstein, Maya Angelou and poems about ecology, nature, and "small acts of love."
Join us on Thursday, April 15 at 6:00 PM PST for a conversation with award-winning journalist and author Rebecca Traister on her book, Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger.
San Mateo County Libraries is excited to unveil free eBook Stops, making hundreds of eBooks available in just a few easy steps with a wireless device. Simply visit an eBook Stop, connect to its free Wi-Fi and our webpage, and then begin browsing popular titles available in English and Spanish.
San Mateo County Libraries reasserts its commitment to stand with communities of color. Over the past year, we have continued to see multiple tragedies that are deeply upsetting and impact our communities. Our dedication to education, lifelong learning and community dialogue are crafted by the amazing diversity of our staff and those we serve.
Everything is different this year including the dates for YANovCon 2021 and the Short Story Contest. Submit your story by Monday, April 12, 2021 and win a prize!
San Mateo County Libraries is excited to launch new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) programming for San Mateo County youth through a partnership with Genentech this Spring.
San Mateo County Libraries will host Richard Rothstein, author of The Color of Law, on Monday, March 15 at 4:00 PM as the first event in our upcoming Equity Author Series. The series will highlight authors who write about equity in housing, immigration, education, and LGBTQIA+ issues.
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