YA Fiction Faves

In your quest for that can’t-put-down book, don’t overlook TBPL’s YA section. While graphic novels have increased in popularity, there is some fantastic, bewitching fiction on the shelves. Perfect for readers with a strong stomach and a love of creepy terror, Wilder Girls by Rory Power has been described as feminist horror. Visualize Lord of... Continue Reading →

TBPL celebrates 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

The Thunder Bay Public Library (TBPL) is hosting its first Indigenous languages gathering to celebrate the United Nation’s 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages. The Maawandoo’itiwin* ᒫᐗᓐᑑ''ᐃᑎᐎᓐ Language Gathering will take place on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Waverley Park in Thunder Bay. Our vision for Maawandoo’itiwin is to create a safe and respectful environment... Continue Reading →

The Public

The Public is my kind of movie. The hero is a flawed character with a shady past who has been given a second chance. He uses this opportunity to help those who are in the same bad place that he used to occupy. The plot pitches the underdogs of society against the forces of bureaucracy, political... Continue Reading →

Interview with Michael Haynes

Michael Haynes is a regular CBC radio commentator with decades of experience in trail development in Canada and Europe. He has authored numerous bestselling trail guides, including The Best of the Great Trail, Volumes 1 and 2.  Shauna Kosoris: What was the inspiration behind your two new books, The Best of the Great Trail, Volumes... Continue Reading →

Fall for Teens

Good old fall... Back to school, back to work, and back to your favourite library (we know you’ve been missing us while you were away!) Lucky for you that means there are new programs for all you teens and tweens out there! Any programs with an * (asterisk) require registration and you can sign up... Continue Reading →

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