Ukraine Booklist

Our librarians have created a booklist set in the region, some titles of fiction, nonfiction touching on the history, and culture of Ukraine.

The American Library Association and its divisions support our Ukrainian colleagues and their family and friends caught in the humanitarian crisis and military action.

See ALA’s full statement here.

The History and Culture of Ukraine


We also encourage you to follow the news coming out of Ukraine. Here are some resources that can help.

We offer the following daily newspapers which can be read in print in the library every day: 

  • The Morning Call
  • The New York Times 
  • USA Today
  • You can also access many local newspapers via NewsBank

Many of our magazines (in print and online) also address news and current issues.
The Morning Call compiled a list of local organizations that are helping and ways you can participate.

We Recommend

Pysanky in the 21st Century by Helen Badulak

Pysanky in the 21st Century is a unique book that puts a new spin on the traditional folk art of Ukrainian Pysanky (Easter Eggs). During each century, traditions evolve, change, and expand. While sticking to the foundation of the folk art, Helen Badulak has spent the last 35 years mastering Ukrainian Pysanky and turning her work from a folk art into a fine art. This book records her expertise by giving advise and design documentation.”

Mental Health Resource Sheet

Starting July 16, 2022, call 988 for matters of mental health crisis. Calling 988 will connect you directly to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is staffed by trained crisis counselors 24/7, 365 days a year. May is Mental Health Month Find local, state, and national resources along with fact sheets and a guide to…

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