Oregon Woman's Club celebrates National Library Week with donation of books

Books by and about women for all readers included in the collection


OREGON — To celebrate National Library Week, the Oregon Woman's Club has donated a collection of books to the Oregon Public Library. Chosen by the library staff, the collection includes books for children as young as four or five all the way up to adult fiction and non-fiction. All have the theme of the empowerment of women.

The collection includes Daughter of Snow & Cinders by Naria Tamarit, an adult graphic novel; The Crane Husband by Kelly Barnhill, an adult science fiction tale; To Shape a Dragon's Breath by Moniquill Blackgoose, adult science fiction; The Adventures of Amina al-Sirafi by Shannon Chakraborty, adult science fiction; Last to Eat, Last to Learn: My Life in Afghanistan by Pashtana Durrani, adult biography; The Waves Take You Home by Maria Ajexandra Barrias Vellez, general adult fiction; Blank by Zippy Owens, general adult fiction; Aftershock by Zhang Ling, general adult fiction; The Girl Who Heard Music, by Marni Fogelson, 4-8-year-old non-fiction picture book; Autumn Peltier, Water Warrior by Carole Lindstrom 4-8-year-old non-fiction picture book; I Am a Masterpeace by Mia Armstrong, 4-9-year-old picture book; Lila Greer, Teacher of the Year by Andreea Beaty, 5-7-year-old picture book; Good Different by Meg Edenkuyatt, 10+ juvenile; Jawbreaker by Christina Wyman, 8-12 year-old juvenile.

All these books are available for check-out now at the Oregon Public Library.