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2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book by a Native American/First Nations/Indigenous author.

Did you know that Waterloo, NE sits on Omaha and Otoe (Jiwere) ancestral lands? These books by Native American, First Nations, and Indigenous authors are important stories not only about racial justice, but about joy and magic and the realities of Indigenous life. Native American literature is not a genre itself, but rather enhances every … Continue reading 2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book by a Native American/First Nations/Indigenous author.

2021 Reading Challenge: Read a memoir by someone you’d like to meet.

Celebrity memoirs are a wonderful way to escape reality and pretend to be great friends with someone you admire. Check out one of these memoirs to fulfill the 2021 Reading Challenge prompt: read a memoir by someone you'd like to meet. A memoir is a historical account or biography written from personal knowledge. PS: Want … Continue reading 2021 Reading Challenge: Read a memoir by someone you’d like to meet.

2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book published in the decade you were born.

Here are our recommendations for the Waterloo 2021 Reading Challenge prompt: Read a book published in the decade you were born. We invite anyone over age 16 to participate in this year's reading challenge, which means some participants will read books from as recent as the 2000s! Click on the book covers below to access … Continue reading 2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book published in the decade you were born.

2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book set in Nebraska or by a Nebraska author.

Here are our recommendations for the Waterloo 2021 Reading Challenge prompt: Read a book set in Nebraska or by a Nebraska author. Enjoy getting lost in our prairie landscape with one of these excellent picks: Carson Vaughan is a freelance journalist from central Nebraska with a focus on the Great Plains. Zoo Nebraska: The Dismantling … Continue reading 2021 Reading Challenge: Read a book set in Nebraska or by a Nebraska author.