Biblio Files: Episode 43 — 1st Anniversary! on AADL.TV

Join us for a special episode of Biblio Files where we celebrate our first-year anniversary – with PAPER!

Amanda, Lucy, and Christopher will each discuss their book of the year, the book they are most excited about, and their favorite recent or upcoming screen adaptation.

For a look at everything they've discussed on the show so far, here is a list of all their picks. 

Biblio Files: Episode 42 on AADL.TV

What's one of your favorite books by an Asian-American or Pacific Islander author?

Each week, a few AADL staff members have a brief chat where they answer one question – from "What's your favorite classic?" to "What book didn't live up to the hype?" – in a few minutes.

Join the conversation in the comments section. What book would you have picked for this week's Biblio Files?

Teen Pride Book Talk Episode 8 | Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton and others on AADL.TV

Lucy recommends a LGBTQIA+ focused book for teens. A great way to get ideas for new titles. Books highlighted in this series will be available from AADL and Overdrive.

Blackout is recommended for ages 13 and up and is written by multiple authors; Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicola Yoon.

The Unerased Book Club | "What Lies Between Us" by Nayomi Munaweera on AADL.TV

Watch AADL staff and other community members in a book discussion with The Unerased Book Club.

This month, they'll discuss "What Lies Between Us" by Nayomi Munaweera.

Sheela Lal and Fatema Haque are co-facilitators of The Unerased Book Club, a project of Rising Voices of Asian American Families that reads, and builds community through, Asian American literature.

First Chapter Friday Episode 31 | The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle by Leslie Connor on AADL.TV

Join Lucy as she reads the first chapter of a new or favorite Middle Grade or YA book. A great way to get ideas for new titles and to jump start reading! Titles highlighted will be available from Overdrive and AADL.

The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle is a Middle Grade title recommended for ages 10 and up.

Climate Change: Local and Global Perspectives on AADL.TV

Kent Kasper of Washtenaw Climate Reality will discuss the science behind climate change and its impacts both locally and across the planet. He will talk about the many possible solutions to help stabilize or limit some of the impacts of a changing climate and how you too can grow your own knowledge about climate change and get involved locally.

This program is in partnership with Washtenaw Climate Reality.