February 2015

Researching Your Cultural Roots and Family History

As we celebrate the Immigrant Experience as part of Silicon Valley Reads, I want to point out that the library is a great place in researching your own cultural roots and family history. 

Kid's Pick: A Perfect Day for Digging

Santa Clara County Library District's March 2015 E-Newsletter features the kid's pick "A Perfect Day for Digging" by Cari Best.

Strange but True--Baseball Books for Kids

A few noteworthy baseball themed titles published in the last few years for young readers. The picture books included are fact based with additional historical information on the end pages.

First Impressions: The Influence of Popular Culture on New Immigrants

As we kick off another great year of Silicon Valley Reads we explore the immigration experience and how culture, and especially popular culture, influences us in order to carve out a new identity to fit in and belong.

Toddler Time at Campbell Library

A weekly blog highlighting the books, songs, fingerplays, and other fun activites from Wednesday morning Toddler Time at the Campbell Library. 

The February Poem of the Month

This month's poem is something different.

Check Out the 2015 Academy Award Winners @ SCCLD

The most acclaimed films of the year can be checked out at the library.

All New Cardigan Rippers Podcast Episode 7 Assassin's Gambit

A podcast review with recommendations

Cupertino Chinese Book Discussion Group Featured in World Journal

An article by Lin-yao Wu, a well-known local writer, about Cupertino Chinese Book Discussion is featured in World Journal on Feb. 19.   

Spreading Wealth Through the Generations

Free financial workshop about providing for your family through the generations.  

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