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We'll see you at the 2023 Tucson Festival of Books, held on the University of Arizona campus on March 4 and 5, 2023! Stop by booth #423.

"All proceeds following the festival are donated to local non-profit organizations that support improved literacy in Southern Arizona. More than $2,000,000 has been donated since the festival began in 2009."

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A big shoutout to Adam Rex, author/illustrator of over 40 books!

Thank you for taking the time to read, and sing a little, Digestion! The Musical.

We learned a lot about the picture-book-making process and were invited into his studio.
Fun and educational time for all!

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Thank you to Arizona Daily Star for adding a bit of Christmas cheer.

Thank you, again, Elvia Verdugo for the kindness and respect, and for "getting" us. 

#ThisIsTucson, a sister site of the Arizona Daily Star and tucson.com, dropped by and interviewed us. 
Thank you, Elvia Verdugo.
Click the link below for the full article. 

Shoutout to SHOUTOUT ARIZONA for the interview and the opportunity to share a bit about us and Koru Multicultural and Diverse Library 📚
Click the link below:

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Tucson Meet Yourself folklife festival
October 7 ~ 9, 2022

Tucson Meet Yourself 2022 was a wonderful experience!

The festival coordinators did an amazing job and it influenced the visitors and the vendors. 

It was a time of meeting, greeting, exploring, learning, and eating.

We met great people, visitors and vendors alike. 

There was definitely an atmosphere of community, and we look forward to meeting everyone outside of the festival and again next year.

Enjoy the video!

 

iiin  I'M IN ISLAND NOW
Jeju South Korea's seasonal/quarterly magazine for those who are passionate about Jeju and its local culture

Soon after the original Koru opened, iiin was interested and sent a team for pictures and an interview. 

It was early on in the creation of our multicultural and diverse library, and it felt good to connect to and with the local people and culture!

arirang radio interview

arirang came to learn about Koru Library and share it on their Wonders of Jeju radio program. 

Have a listen and enjoy!


“Arirang” is a song embodying the unique energy of the Korean people. It has the strength to unite Korean people and make communication possible through its spirited and enlightening melody and lyrics.

Launched in 1997, Arirang TV/Radio has been taking on the role of "a global network through communication” in relation to this unique energy of the Korean people. Arirang TV/Radio is making efforts to properly inform viewers around the world of various perspectives through contents that show the true faces of Korea. Across all ages and countries, the core element of the development and growth of a nation, has been its exchange with other countries. 



Click on the link below for one version of the song along with views of Jeju!
The other link takes you to arirang's news/radio site.

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We're always welcoming new opportunities and new learners at both locations.

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