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Book Reviews

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Twelve Days of Richmond Public Library- Let’s Get Digital!

Posted about 2 days ago by Erin Brallier
Posted in Book Reviews
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How it All Began – Series Starters

Posted about 4 weeks ago by Meg Raymond
Are you mad for books in series?  Me, too!  I love books in series, but also have a compulsion that I.  Must.  Read.  Series.  In.  Order.  Sometimes this proves difficult.  […]
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Read Up Richmond: November 14th!

Posted about 1 month ago by Ben Himmelfarb
Posted in Book Reviews
Read Up Richmond challenges people to read differently, to read outside one’s own lived experience to develop an understanding of the world. This program is an opportunity for people from […]
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Dark Academia and Gothic fiction

Posted about 2 months ago by Meg Raymond
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Gellman Room Concerts and First Fridays at the Main Library

Posted about 2 months ago by Hannah Kilgore
An autumn chill is finally in the air, which means it’s time to crack the windows, put the kettle on, and break out your favorite records for some cozy listening…Or, […]
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Hispanic Heritage month 9/15-10/15

Posted about 3 months ago by Meg Raymond
National Hispanic Heritage Month was established in 1968 as “Hispanic Heritage Week” under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in in 1988 to cover a 30-day […]
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Local History and Genealogy Events in the Richmond Room

Posted about 3 months ago by Chloe McCormick
Posted in Book Reviews
Summer has been a busy time in the Richmond Room as we have been reorganizing our collections and space on the first floor of the Main Library. As we near […]
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Spotlight on: ALAN MOORE-Graphic Novelist

Posted about 5 months ago by Alfreda Payton
We’re one day away from Richmond Public Library’s first RIPPLECON. Set for Saturday, June 24th at RPL’s Main Branch (101 East Franklin St Richmond, VA), the convention is dedicated to all things […]
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The Meaning of Sapphic: Unraveling the Power of Identity

Posted about 5 months ago by Madison Eversoll
Posted in Book Reviews
Language is a powerful tool that shapes our understanding of the world, including how we communicate our identities. Our words can evolve and gain significance as a tool to represent […]
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Posted about 6 months ago by Lisa Crisman
The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was passed by Congress in 1865 so “neither slavery nor involuntary servitude” would be legal in the United States. However, the amendment would pass […]
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