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Recommended Reading: May

Highline College's librarians recommend materials from the library collection on a wide variety of topics.

AAPI Heritage Month

 

 

Every May, the United States celebrates people in the US who have Asian or Pacific Island heritage. The following library books and resources represent a small part of our collection dedicated to the histories, cultures, and lives of Asian Americans and people from the Pacific Islands. For more information about Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, visit PBS or the official US government website

For more reading ideas, check out the Recommended Reading shelf on the second floor of Highline library, or Ask A Librarian.

The Big Read - The Refugees by Viet Thanh Nguyen

Please join us for the Big Read discussion on the short story collection The Refugees by Viet Thanh Nguyen.

Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Time: 1-2:30 PM

Place: Mt. Skokomish, Building 8 Student Union

Sponsored by AANAPISI (Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution) & Highline LibraryAANAPISI logo                   Highline Library Logo

 

*Those who commit to attending the discussion on May 30 can get a free copy of the book. Email aanapisi@highline.edu.*
The book is also on reserve in the Library, available for 7-day checkout. King County Library and Seattle Public Library also have copies available.

Highline events for AAPI Heritage Month

Literature by AAPI Authors

Poetry, Plays, & Short Stories by AAPI Authors

Nonfiction by AAPI Authors