Library Closure

Valued patrons and community members; Caring for the health and well-being of staff and library patrons is very important to Chinook libraries. Therefore, in order to assist with efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, we are closing all branches as of March 16th. Libraries across the province are waiving late fines during this period. A variety of online services, including the province-wide Library2go collection of e-books and e-audiobooks, are available to patrons. Please contact Chinook HQ with concerns or questions at 1-306-773-3186, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm.

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6 Results
Why am I me? —Britt, Paige, author.
21 available of 26 items

In a poetic, philosophical exchange, two children of different races ask themselves why they are who and what they are, and speculate on how they could be different.

Joni : the lyrical life of Joni Mitchell —Alko, Selina, author, illustrator.
1 available of 7 items

Celebrate the captivating life of Joni Mitchell, the world-famous songbird who used her music to ignite and inspire an entire generation, in this stunning picture book biography from award-winning author and illustrator ...

Can I touch your hair? : poems of race, mistakes, and friendship —Latham, Irene, author.
10 available of 11 items

Irene Latham, who is white, and Charles Waters, who is black, present paired poems about topics including family dinners, sports, recess, and much more. This relatable collection explores different experiences of race in...

We are the change : words of inspiration from civil rights leaders —Alko, Selina, author, illustrator.
1 available of 2 items

Presents quotes on civil rights from important and influential figures, including Queen Lili'uokalani, John Lewis, Nina Simone, and Barack Obama.

Shaking things up : 14 young women who changed the world —Hood, Susan, 1954- author.
5 available of 9 items

This poetic and visual picture book celebrates persistent women throughout history.

Two friends : Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, and the fight for rights —Robbins, Dean, 1957- author.
1 available of 1 items

This story imagines what it was like when Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass got together for a cup of tea and discussed their struggle for civil rights.