Palo Alto Reads
Take part in this “one book, one community” program that encourages the reading and discussion of a selected book around themes and topics relevant to our city.
This April, the Palo Alto City Library is leading the discussion around the anthology, All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, opens a new window, and hosting events for all ages. Join us for a month of book discussions, community Circles, crafts, resource fairs and a virtual author event with writer Janisse Ray, to discuss her essay in the book.
Starting April 1, the Library will be providing free copies of All We Can Save at the College Terrace, Downtown, Mitchell Park and Rinconada branches, while supplies last. Please read and pass the book on to a family member, neighbor or friend, and have discussions and share ideas. As the book states, “healing the climate crisis will take everyone.”
Share Your Thoughts: Palo Alto Reads 2023
About the Program
Palo Alto Reads initiative is sponsored by Gardner Capital. The Library is grateful for their generous support.
We've partnered with various City departments, local agencies, organizations and businesses to share resources and ideas to help us all do our part in preserving our planet.
Thanks to Our Partners!
- The Cloud Project, opens a new window
- CPAU Home Efficiency Genie, opens a new window
- CPAU Water Conservation, opens a new window
- Friends of the Palo Alto Library, opens a new window
- Master Gardeners, opens a new window
- Oshman Family JCC, opens a new window
- Primrose Way Pollinator Garden, opens a new window
- Public Works - Watershed Protection, opens a new window
- Public Works - Zero Waste, opens a new window
- Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters, opens a new window
- Valley Water, opens a new window