The Arizona Center for the Book at the Arizona State Library sponsors programs that highlight the state's literary heritage and call attention to the importance of books, reading, literacy and libraries.
Storytimes, computer classes, job help, books, movies, music and eBooks are just some of the things you'll discover at your public library.
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Access business, legal, and health databases. Search articles, journals and magazines. Browse the Arizona Digital Newspaper Program or the Arizona Memory Project with additional resources for academic studies and lifelong learning.
Survey the literary landscape through this ebook collection available to all Arizonans! From territorial histories to thrilling mysteries, Reading Arizona hosts ebooks telling uniquely Arizonan stories.
Discover Arizona's Stories
Brought to Arizona in 2002, and coordinated by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, ONEBOOKAZ is an exciting program that brings communities together through literature.
In the fall, ONEBOOKAZ hosts an eBook writing competition that strives to encourage writing, reading and thoughtful interaction with literature in digital formats.
Beginning in April, communities across the State of Arizona read the winning books at the same time and participate in discussions and programs centered around the ONEBOOKAZ winning titles.
Center for the Book
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
A division of Secretary of State
1700 W. Washington St., Suite 220
Phoenix, AZ 85007
If you or someone you know has a visual impairment that makes it difficult to read the print version of this year's ONEBOOKAZ, The Arizona Talking Book Library can provide audio books. The Arizona State Library provides this free service by mail and electronic downloads.
For more information on Talking Book Library Services, please visit their website.