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- Boise Public Library 37
- Boise High 2019 7
- Library! at Bown Crossing 5
- Storyfort 3
- World Village Festival 3 21 more
- English 5
Ayla’s brother loved to make people laugh and sometimes the lengths he goes to do so create a story her family would tell for years!
Clemens and his friend went on a road trip to Jenny Lake over the summer. They had a great time hiking and made great memories.
The movie Crazy Rish Asians doesn’t accurately portray actual Asian life. Karoline went to China in 2nd grade and learned wealth is not always measured in money like portrayed in the the movie but in experiences, family etc.
This interview talks about self-identity and discovering what that means to us. As well as sexuality and things that aren’t what society would consider the “norm.”
We talked about little ways to gain self confidence and overcome shyness.
This was my first time zip line. I was nervous but I enjoyed it and it was so much fun.
Kris sees a book that reminds her of how she got her name.
Nancy shares her memory of volunteering for the library and what libraries have meant to her.
Fabia speaks about her sailboat adventure to Mexico with her husband and infant son.
Emily Johnson shares stories from Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Boise about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person’s presence can have on another’s life.
Enriqueta shares words from the endangered Mazahua culture.
Dulce describes the Mazahuan embroidery she has brought to the World Village Festival.
The story of how Jane and Mark met during Jane’s gap year.
Jeremy Harper shares how the library supported his education growing up.
Doug Sims shares his perspective on libraries as centers for connecting communities.
Devi Turner shares her story of discovery and exploration at the Library as a young girl. Recorded at Storyfort 2018.
Gail tells the story of her relationship with her Jewish Heritage and the impact of meeting Elie Wiesel.