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Frightening Fun for Fall, and Other Autumn Picks

Autumn is a time for cooling weather, spooky themes, new shows, Thanksgiving and pumpkin spice. That is a lot to fit into a season! We have unpacked our sweaters, stocked our cupboards, and are ready to help you get the... Continue Reading →


New Lists – June and July 2018

Jump to: Young Adult Books, Movies Adult Fiction Authors Titles Library Branch Atherton, Nancy Aunt Dimity and King's Ransom S Barclay, Linwood A Noise Downstairs S Bohjalian, Chris The Flight Attendant W (LP) Bourdain, Anthony *Kitchen Confidential W (LP) Brown,... Continue Reading →

Summer Series Deep Dives

It's vacation season and the perfect time to dive deep into some long running series and lose yourself in worlds and character you love. If you are looking for something to lose yourself in now that you have a bit... Continue Reading →

New Lists – April and May 2018

Jump to: Young Adult Books, Movies Adult Fiction Authors Titles Library Branch Anwar, Arif The Storm W Arnuldur, Indridason The Shadow Killer C S Atkins, Ace Robert B. Parker's Old Black Magic S Bailey, Clare *The Clever Gut Diet Cookbook... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Mom

Moms are Awesome. They took care of us when we were small, and are our best friends when we grow up. The books I most associate with my mum are the Little House on the Prairie books, I am not... Continue Reading →

Earth Day Books and Movies

Jump to: Non-Fiction, Movies, Picture Books Check out these great library titles to get your mind on Earth Day! Fiction Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer Area X has been cut off from the rest of the continent for decades. Nature has... Continue Reading →

February and March New Lists

Jump to: Young Adult Books, Movies Adult Fiction Aciman, Andre Call me by your name C Armstrong, Kelley This fallen prey S Bacon, John U. *The great Halifax explosion S Bala, Sharon The boat people C S Beard, Janet The... Continue Reading →

Black History Month

Here are some great books for all ages to read for Black History Month, what would you recommend? Adult fiction Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi Yaa Gyasi's debut┬ánovel┬átraces the terrible impact of slavery on generations of an African family, beginning with... Continue Reading →

Audio Books On the Go!

I am in the library almost every day. Even so, this is not actually how I most often use the library. I am actually an avid user of the library's digital collection and many people don't even know it's an... Continue Reading →

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