Staff Review: There There by Tommy Orange

Tommy Orange’s debut novel “There There” tells the story of twelve different characters that all struggle in some form or another with their lineage, heritage, and knowing who they are. Almost all of the main characters are Indigenous, and the question of what being an Indigenous person means to them all is frequently questioned throughout... Continue Reading →

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

This June 21, 2021 is the national 25th anniversary of celebrating the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples! Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day by taking advantage of the variety of resources available at your Library. Over the last several years, TBPL has been working on creating and expanding each of our... Continue Reading →

First Nations Public Library Week

It’s hard to believe but this year is the 20th anniversary of First Nations Public Library Week, running from Oct. 4-10. It also coincides with Canadian Library month and it’s intended to raise aware of the resources, services, programs and activities of the 46 public libraries on First Nations in Ontario. This year’s theme is... Continue Reading →

What Should I Read Next?

Finding a good book to read can be a challenge, but your Library is here to help!  Our friendly staff are happy to offer suggestions, and help you use some handy resources to find your next favourite book.  One way we do this is to ask what you have liked about books you have enjoyed... Continue Reading →

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