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Let’s Hear it for the Ladies

Posted about 3 weeks ago by Meg Raymond
In honor of Women’s History Month, check out these newly updated biographical fiction booklists: Let’s Hear It For Bad Girls and Nasty Women: Ladies We Love to Loathe Let’s Hear […]
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Picture Books to Get Ready for March Madness!

Posted about 1 month ago by Lisa Wiertel
  With Super Bowl LVIII now in the books and the opening day of baseball over a month away, it is time to get ready for March Madness! March Madness […]
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Let’s Celebrate Black History!

Posted about 3 months ago by Meldon Jenkins-Jones
Let’s celebrate Black History through the arts at the Richmond Public Library!
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The Best Books We Read in 2023

Posted about 4 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Now Is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson “Two  smart, misfit teenagers spend a hot and sticky summer together – partly by choice but mostly because of proximity.  […]
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How it All Began – Series Starters

Posted about 5 months 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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Celebrate Spooky Season With RPL

Posted about 6 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
If you love spooky season like I do, then you are loving life right now. It’s the best time of year (IMO). A time when the weather gets little chilly, […]
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Self-Care September

Posted about 8 months ago by Meg Raymond
Self-Care September I am not a hot weather person, and summer is my Grumpy Season.  I am looking forward to September for many reasons.  It should be cooler, and September is […]
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New Reader’s Advisory Tools @ RPL

Posted about 8 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
You may have noticed recently that we have a few new reader’s advisory tools on our website. The first, NoveList Select, is located within our online catalog. Now when searching […]
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RPL has the “For Dummies” series!

Posted about 9 months ago by Alfreda Payton
The first For Dummies instructional guidebook was cautiously offered to the public in 1991 by bookstore owners who were convinced the public would be insulted by its title. DOS for […]
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When Mother’s Day is Hard

Posted about 11 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
Mother’s Day is not happy for everyone. Instead, it can be a time of grief, pain, ambiguity, frustration, strain, and even guilt. Personally, Mother’s day has been a sad day […]
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