So…I made it to the movies this weekend! Inspired by what I saw, I realized it had been some time since I posted about book adaptations for the big screen.
Don’t you love it when a friend recommends a book? I love to explore books through friends, because they rarely steer me wrong!
We are friendly librarians, and as such, we have an assortment of interesting, entertaining and intriguing books for you to try. Have at it – read on for the details of these and other staff recommendations. Continue reading Friends Tell Friends About Great Books
As I added some items to the lobby new nonfiction shelves this week, I spotted an eclectic grouping of books featuring musicians or music, and discovered some great new music cds upstairs…. Continue reading Music, in the Air and on the Page
Science Books for Non-Scientists
“We are part of this universe; we are in this universe.”
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and author of Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandries.
Science books for the non-scientists among us help us experience the wonder of life through fascination, entertainment, and humor. A big thanks to Kerry McHugh at Shelf Awareness for her thoughts and book selections on this important subject!
…Resistance is futile.
move & roll on to this poem
do not resist this poem
this poem has your eyes
this poem has his head
this poem has his arms
this poem has his fingers
this poem has his fingertips
-Excerpt from “Beware: Do Not Read This Poem,” by Ishmael Reed
Whether you are a poet and ya know it, or have nightmares of analyzing poetry in high school, it may be time to approach the subject anew: you may just be surprised at what speaks to something within. Here are some ways to dip your toe back into that poetry pool….