Library Spotlight

collage of book covers

The Great American Read premiers Tuesday, May 22 on PBS.   We have most of the 100 books on display so come on in and check out some books!

posted 05/21/2018

Learn more and check out the National Archives wealth of information documenting the Asian and Pacific Islanders experience in the United States.

posted 05/09/2018
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Students, what do you think about the LCC Library?  Please let us know by participating in an online survey. You may even win a prize!

posted 05/01/2018
Gender library resources and special event

In Nonbinary Gender Identities: History, Culture, Resources, nonbinary scholar and librarian Charlie McNabb investigates identities, histories, and representations of people living outside the gender binary. Please join us for a reading and an interactive discussion with the author on Wednesday, May 9, 2-3:30 p.m. in Library Classroom 229.

posted 04/30/2018
Borrow from other libraries (Summit) delivery man

Credit students, staff, and faculty can borrow books and videos from 39 colleges and universities across the Pacific Northwest! Most items are delivered to LCC Library in 3-5 days.

posted 04/24/2018
National poetry month

“Poetry surprises and deepens our sense of the ordinary. Poetry tells us that the world is full of wonder, revelation, consolation, and meaning. ” --Tracy K. Smith, U.S. Poet Laureate (2017– )

Check out the many books and ebooks on and about poetry in the Library.



posted 04/23/2018
April is jazz appreciation month with colorful instruments

During the month of April celebrate America's original art form.

posted 04/23/2018
Gun violence in america poster

Gun violence in America is a critical public issue. Visit the Library book display for lots of information, points of view, and to share your own. Learn more, and take action against gun violence.

posted 04/16/2018
discover your passions and achieve your goals at the library quote by Misty Copeland national library week honorary chair

Help Us Celebrate National Library Week

Libraries transform lives and communities by providing access to technology, career development, and the skills to thrive in the digital age. Libraries share wisdom and knowledge: from literature and recipes, to field guides and social history -- there is something for everyone! 

posted 04/09/2018
radishes in the garden

Get growing!

Need inspiration for summer gardening?  Learn about vegetables, flowers, herbs, compost, and garden design with great books from the Library!

posted 04/04/2018