Celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month is observed each February as, "...an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history" (history.com). Learn more about and honor the unique, enduring accomplishments of black individuals and communities with these programs, materials, and online resources.

Virtual Library Programs

Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Principal's Office? on February 2.

LGBTQIA + Online Book Group: Black Leopard, Red Wolf on February 2.

Black Love Matters: Real Talk on Romance, Being Seen, and Happily Ever Afters on February 8.

Sadeqa Johnson: Online Author Talk on February 28.

In-Person Library Programs

Mukilteo Monday Morning Book Group: The Vanishing Half on February 27.


Reading Challenge

Readers of all ages can join the Black History Month reading challenge. Record your reading progress and complete activities in Beanstack to earn badges. 

Instant Access eBook

This February, access the royal romance A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole instantly, no holds or waiting required. 

A Princess in Theory