All libraries will be closed Friday, March 8th for International Women's Day.

book recommendations

(tag archive)

Antidote for Reality: Fictional Libraries

Posted about 3 years ago by Robyn Webb
Together, let’s take a moment to step back from being inundated with news and worry. In this series of blog posts about escapist reads, explore stories that convey you to […]
Continue Reading

Antidote for Reality: Science Fiction Reads

Posted about 3 years ago by Robyn Webb
Together, let’s take a moment to step back from being inundated with news and worry. In this series of blog posts about escapist reads, we’ll introduce you to new worlds, […]
Continue Reading

Browsing the New Book Shelves (While You Can’t), part 2: new African-American nonfiction

Posted about 4 years ago by Meg Raymond
While the library buildings are closed to the public for everyone’s safety, mail delivery never stopped! Library staff have been working behind the scenes, receiving and processing books and other […]
Continue Reading

Antidote for Reality: Romance Reads

Posted about 4 years ago by Robyn Webb
Together, let’s take a moment to step back from being inundated with news and worry. In this new series of blog posts about escapist reads, we’ll introduce you to new […]
Continue Reading

Upcoming Indie Releases for 2020

Posted about 4 years ago by Phil Shepard
Continue Reading

Wibbly Wobbly Words

Posted about 4 years ago by Nico D'Archangel
Dyslexia affects between 5-17% of the population worldwide. This is a higher percentage than people with red hair! (less than 2%) So what is it really? Dyslexia is a written […]
Continue Reading

Positively Witchy: Books and Movies

Posted about 4 years ago by Nico D'Archangel
Here are a handful of books and movies depicting witches in a positive light.
Continue Reading

Strange and Silly Schools

Posted about 4 years ago by Nico D'Archangel
Starting a new school year can be stressful for kiddos. Maybe they went from elementary to middle school. Maybe there's a new teacher. Or maybe their best friend is no longer in class with them. Whatever the case, laughter and humor are always good medicine for some school-time blues.
Continue Reading

(Not) Nice Girls

Posted about 5 years ago by Meg Raymond
Continue Reading

Romance in Color

Posted about 5 years ago by Meg Raymond
Lupercalia was an ancient Roman feast celebrated to welcome Spring.  By the 6th century, the pagan (read racy) aspects of the celebration were downplayed, and the holiday became associated with […]
Continue Reading