All Iowa Reads
Changes to the Iowa Center for the Book ProgramJune 24, 2022
The Iowa Center for the Book, a program of the State Library, will suspend operations as of July 1, 2022. The program began in 2002 as a Library of Congress Center for the Book affiliate to stimulate public interest in books, literacy, and libraries.
State Library to Host All Iowa Reads Virtual Author Visits in JulyJune 14, 2022
The three authors of the 2022 All Iowa Reads titles will appear in virtual visits this July. The visits are free and open to the public; registration is required.
Iowa Center for the Book Announces the 2022 All Iowa Reads SelectionsNovember 01, 2021
The 2022 All Iowa Reads selections were announced live today on Iowa Public Radio’s Talk of Iowa program with host Charity Nebbe. Nebbe was joined by All Iowa Reads committee member Jillian Rutledge of the Waterloo Public Library to announce the title for adults; and Tegan Beese, Youth Services Consultant at the State Library and head of the All Iowa Reads teen and kid committees, to announce the titles for teens and kids.
Iowa Center for the Book Hosting Virtual Visits with 2021 All Iowa Reads AuthorsMay 12, 2021
Beginning in May and throughout the remainder of the year, the authors will appear in nine webinars open to the public to discuss their All Iowa Reads title and answer questions from attendees.