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Embracing Cancer, Embracing Life
Kapolei , Hawaii

Embracing Cancer, Embracing Life, 2015

"Libraries are the foundation for a sustainable future in literacy for all ages."

The Green Umbrella
Huntington, New York

The Green Umbrella, 2017

"Whenever I feel sad for all the things I don't know, places I haven't been, people I haven't met or for all the experiences I must be missing, a visit to the library reminds me that the all the world is only a book away."

Did You Know?: Over One Hundred Facts about Haiti and Her Children
Brooklyn, New York

Did You Know?: Over One Hundred Facts about Haiti and Her Children, 2015

The Secret Drawer
Orland Park, Illinois

The Secret Drawer, 2014

Life Before
Seattle, Washington

Life Before, 2016

"At every distinct period of my life, libraries have provided me the sanctuary or the community I needed."

The Winemakers: A Novel of Wine and Secrets
Beverly Hills, California

The Winemakers: A Novel of Wine and Secrets, 2016

"As a child, my first passport to the world was my library card."

Peek-A-Boo, Buckaroo
Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Peek-A-Boo, Buckaroo, 2016

"Libraries open the eyes of a community to the the beauty and culture that's always been around them, but seldom seen."

Fourteen: A Daughter’s Memoir of Adventure, Sailing, and Survival
Oceanside, California

Fourteen: A Daughter’s Memoir of Adventure, Sailing, and Survival, 2015

"How can we live without libraries? Everybody needs to support libraries!"

Druids of the Faerie: Gather the Champions
Grosse Pointe, Michigan

Druids of the Faerie: Gather the Champions, 2015

The Prayer of Hannah: Healing a Sorrowful Spirit
Atlanta, Georgia

The Prayer of Hannah: Healing a Sorrowful Spirit , 2016

"Libraries are a vital resource to our community. Of course I stand with them. As for librarians; they are the straw that stirs the shake."

"Ms. Berkin, my grade school librarian, truly saved my life. She took a rambunctious, distracted but intelligent kid who played a prank on the library, and rather than hold it against me, placed me into the inaugural gifted program that she created and ran. I have always counted my librarians as not just mentors, but friends. They don't just take care of books...they take care of me."

Schizo: Hidden in Plain Sight
Atlanta, Georgia

Schizo: Hidden in Plain Sight, 2016

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