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Seeing life through different eyes—at the Library – Pelham Today

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 202442 Views

February 21, 2024

A variety of books by Black authors on offer during Black History Month

February is celebrated as Black History Month, so naturally more readers are motivated to pick up books written by black authors. But Kelly Spence, the Lincoln Pelham Public Library’s (LPPL) Communications and Outreach Coordinator, said many patrons choose to read authors from a variety of cultural backgrounds year-round and not just during any given month.

“Many of our patrons don’t wait until February to pick up books by Black authors. A lot of these books are borrowed throughout the year. But there does tend to be a bigger push in February.”

Typically, the library staff have their top picks featured on a display rack. This month, a variety of fiction and non-fiction works written by Black authors is on display.

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