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Celebrate Your Freedom to Read

Banned Books Week, Oct. 1 to Oct. 7, celebrates intellectual freedom and spotlights the value of open access to information. Banned Books Week also draws attention to books that have been targeted for removal or restriction in libraries. Proudly display your freedom to read by picking up a free vinyl sticker at any WCCLS library starting Oct. 1 while supplies last. 

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  • A memoir of love and hate in a torn America

    For adults

    Emmy Award-winning NPR journalist Maria Hinojosa shares her personal story interwoven with American immigration policy's coming-of-age journey at a time when our country's branding went from "The Land of the Free" to "the land of invasion."

    Cover image of Once I Was You by Maria Hinojosa
  • Fashion is her passion!

    For teens

    Maya dreams of a career in fashion design, winning a school contest, and living her best life in Guatemala City. But when Maya witnesses a murder, she and her mother must flee their beloved country to save their lives! This fast-paced race to the U.S. border is also a love letter to Guatemala, rich in volcanoes, ancestral villages, textiles, cuisine, fútbol, and the Xetulul theme park. 

    Cover image of Borderless by Jennifer De Leon
  • A history of Latinos in America

    For adults

    With family portraits of real-life immigrant Latino pioneers, as well as accounts of the events and conditions that compelled them to leave their homelands, Gonzalez highlights the complexity of a segment of the American population that is often discussed but frequently misrepresented.

    Cover image of Harvest of Empire by Juan Gonzalez
  • An entertaining and timeless story of family and identify

    For tweens

    An unforgettable graphic memoir about a Mexican-American boy’s family and their adventure-filled road trip to bring their abuelito back from Mexico to live with them.


    Cover image of Mexikid by Pedro Martin


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