A BOOK IN EVERY LIBRARY IN IOWA
Our Iowa Libraries are the front lines of our Iowa communities. They are often the community center, the media center, and the meeting place. They are the places where Iowans go to find ways to be better connected to the world, it’s stories and truths.
”We the Interwoven” is the first book of stories written by Iowa’s immigrants and bicultural citizens. Its existence as a published book shows immigrant writers as role models. Its stories share truths of the immigrant experience that are relatable for those whose families came to this country and create perspective for those hoping to understand it. This is a book for everyone.
Our dream is to have a copy of We the Interwoven: An Anthology of Bicultural Iowa, in every library across Iowa.
MAKING A DREAM A REALITY
After selling out of our first printing of “We The Interwoven: An Anthology of a Bicultural Iowa”, we are excited to announce that copies of our second printing are here! This book of stories from Iowa immigrants and first generation citizens continues to be shared across our state. Below are all of the Iowa libraries and who have purchased or been gifted purchased copies:
Marion Public Library
West Liberty Public Library
Cedar Rapids Public Library
North Liberty Community Library
Ruth Suckow Memorial Library-Earlville
Fort Madison Public Library
Sumner Public Library
Cherokee Public Library
Council Bluffs Public Library
Cresco Public Library
Coralville Public Library
Iowa City Public Library
Waterloo Public LIbrary
Griswold Public Library
Clive Public Library
Columbus Junction Public Library
Stubbs Memorial Library of Holstein
Burlington Public Library
Orange City Public Library
Des Moines Public Library
COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
DONATE A COPY TO YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY
Your library will receive a gift copy, your dedication, and free bookmarks for readers featuring the book’s Iowa authors.
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