Join the 2022 Big Library Read!

The Big Library Read Starts Wednesday, November 2!  

Library District cardholders of all ages can take part in the 2022 Big Library Read, the world’s largest digital book club, which will spotlight a Newbery Award-winning YA (Young Adult) novel this year. From November 2-16, book lovers around the globe can check out Darcie Little Badger’s indigenous fantasy novel, A Snake Falls to Earth, and access the eBook and eAudiobook with no waitlists! All you need is your free library card to access our digital collection on the Libby app or by visiting LasVegas.Overdrive.com. Readers can then join the online discussion to share their thoughts.

Don't have your library card yet? You can sign up for FREE right here on our website!

Read the Book:

A Snake Falls to Earth tells the story of Nina, a Lipan Apache girl who always felt there was something more out there. She still believes in the old stories. Meanwhile, Oli is a cottonmouth kid from the land of spirits and monsters. Like all cottonmouths, he's been cast from home. He's found a new one on the banks of the bottomless lake. Nina and Oli have no idea the other exists. But a catastrophic event on Earth, and a strange sickness that befalls Oli's best friend will drive their worlds together in ways they haven't been in centuries. And there are some who will kill to keep them apart.

A Snake Falls to Earth

A Snake Falls to Earth

About the Author:

Darcie Little Badger is a Lipan Apache writer with a PhD in oceanography. Her critically acclaimed debut novel, Elatsoe, was featured in Time Magazine as one of the best 100 fantasy books of all time. Elatsoe also won the Locus award for Best First Novel and is a Nebula, Ignyte, and Lodestar finalist. Her second fantasy novel, A Snake Falls to Earth, received a Nebula Award and a Newbery Honor and is on the National Book Awards longlist. Darcie is married to a veterinarian named Taran.

Find more of her books in our online catalog!

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