Libraries continue to open for visits or curbside pickup. The state restrictions announced on April 12 do not affect our services.
Hours and services have changed at some libraries. Lake Hills ends Curbside service April 21. Renton will reduce curbside hours starting April 20.
Some libraries are open for modified visits. Find out what to expect during your visit. Book returns and contactless services are available at most libraries. Items are quarantined- and will remain on your account- for at least 24 hours before they are checked in. We’re not charging overdue fines right now, but all due dates and renewal limits still apply. Get the details in our FAQs.
Ever since her family moved to Texas from Pakistan when she was a baby, seventeen-year-old Zara Hossain has only ever called Corpus Christi home. Being the only Muslim girl at her conservative Catholic school, blending in isn't really an option, especially with people like Tyler Benson always tormenting her. But one day Tyler takes thing too far by defacing Zara's locker with a racist message, which gets him suspended. As an act of revenge, Tyler and his friends vandalize the Hossains' house with Islamophobic graffiti, which leads to a violent crime that puts Zara and her family's entire future at risk. Now she must choose between fighting to stay in the only place she's ever called home or losing the life she loves and everyone in it.