Our Belmont Branch will close today, 1/20/2022, at 2:30pm due to a maintenance issue. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Unusual Book Lists

Posted about 4 months ago by Nae D'Archangel
Every person at a circulation desk can tell you a story or thirty about a patron who can’t remember a title but remembers part of the cover. Sometimes we can […]
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Comics Club Close-up: Paulina Ganucheau

Posted about 1 year ago by Robyn Webb
Starting this past September we offered a monthly virtual comics meeting to talk about, share, and create comics together! If you missed the Tween Comics Club or just want to […]
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Browsing the New Book Shelves (While You Can’t), part 1: LGBTQ+ Fiction

Posted about 2 years ago by Meg Raymond
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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 […]
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Biography Buzz: Jonathan Van Ness

Posted about 2 years ago by Nae D'Archangel
Welcome to the inaugural Biography Buzz! This will be a monthly posting reaching into the lives of some notable people. All of 2020 I will be digging into the experiences […]
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A few new LGBTQ reads for your Pride Month reading list

Posted about 4 years ago by Natalie Draper
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Bingo Love is the most enjoyable romantic graphic novel I have ever encountered. I read it three times and don’t even like romance. Hazel and Mari meet and fall in […]
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In the mood for something a little different?

Posted about 5 years ago by Natalie Draper
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I was delighted to discover that the author of the book I was reading last week was also one of the masterminds behind the joyful idea of Drag Queen Story […]
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