Reserve Looking Like Me. What do you see when you look in the mirror? Yourself, sure. But who is that? There’s a lot of answers, […]
This storytime was planned after a young boy who attends the storytime requested it. We aim to please, so a fire fighter theme soon followed! Books: “Firefighter […]
When She Flew — A Book Club Suggestion
When She Flew by Jennie Shortridge is a small book that carries a big punch. It’s perfect for book clubs that are looking for something different to read-something all the other books clubs haven’t read before.
From Soup to Soup
It’s National Soup Month and what better time for soup than in the cold, snowy days of January. While I was preparing for a program […]
Database of the Month “Discovering Collection”
Infotrac Discovering Collection is a wonderful research database of citations, abstracts, and full-text articles available from our website at the library or from home. What […]
Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza: Brazilian mysteries with style
The Silence of the Rain; December Heat; Southwesterly Wind; A Window in Copacabana; Pursuit Recommended by a friend who rarely leads me astray, this mystery […]
Margaret Atwood’s The Year of the Flood: opinionated and beautiful
This dystopian novel focuses on characters who are part of God’s Gardeners, a progressive/rational/Green religious group that has separated itself from most aspects of mainstream […]
Novelist Richard Mason’s early success — not a flash in the pan
The Drowning People, Mason’s first novel, took the literary world by storm.