I formally invite you to take the 30 day book challenge! For the month of September only, join me as I post an answer to […]
We all can use a good laugh sometimes. Laughter can be a great form of stress relief. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, laughter […]
The Genre Blender
Megan M. McArdle is a librarian who writes the Science Fiction and Fantasy column for the prestigious print magazine called Library Journal. I recently discovered […]
Read the Birds!
Today in Explorastory, we were introduced to stories featuring birds of every feather! BOOKS Hello, My Name is Ruby by Philip C. Stead Ruby is a […]
Sweden’s Famous Export: The Kurt Wallander Mysteries
Henning Mankell is the author of the renown Inspector Kurt Wallander Mystery Series. When one thinks of Swedish mysteries, the Kurt Wallander books are usually […]
How Big Is Your Footprint on the Web?
Hundreds of years ago indigenous people followed animal tracks to find food and sources of water. Today the tracks we make through emails and attachments, […]
Library increases access to free computer classes with Mobile Classroom
This fall, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library’s Training Department will take its Lee Road Library computer classes on the road with its new Mobile […]
Psychopath with a Heart?
When former socialite Janie Jenkins is released from prison on a technicality after serving ten years of a life sentence, she resolves to find out […]
So You Want to Create Comics: A Book List
Comics, comic books and graphic novels both online and in print are very popular and a legitimate way to tell a story. And comics aren’t […]
Do You Believe in Ghosts?
Like many people, I find ghost stories deliciously unsettling. There is much to find unsettling in Howard Norman’s Next Life Might Be Kinder, beyond his […]