June is Audiobook Month, and we have assembled several staff picks and publicly reviewed listen-reads for your reading pleasure. Yes, listening is considered reading! We will highlight other good listen-reads throughout the month, on our Facebook page, so follow us and Listen Up! Continue reading Listen Up! June is Audiobook Month
From the Library Catalog
In 2003, 85 years after the WWI armistice, Richard Rubin looked for many months to find just one living American veteran of World War I. But then, he found another. And another. Eventually he managed to find dozens, aged 101 to 113, and interview them, before they passed. All are gone now. Continue reading The Last of the Doughboys – A Memoir of War, Grace, and Aging
Are you obsessed with the Black Panther movie? Have you already bought tickets to go see it again? Are you already planning your Black Panther cosplay? Are you looking for books or movies that are similar to Black Panther?
If you answered yes to all of the above, then you should seriously check out this list of book recommendations from Epic Reads! 🙂
-Contributed by Dominique, Youth Services Librarian
10 Best Books for Staying In When the Weather is BadSignature Reads has a handy-dandy bad weather reading guide for us. Keep this list handy – you never know when snow, freezing rain, or hail will complicate our lives. It IS winter y’know, and in spite of temps in the 50s and 60s, winter weather is always possible. Sit, brew tea, read, enjoy. Repeat as necessary. Thanks to our friends at Signature Reads for sharing their winter weather book advisory.
Inspired by the film adaptation of Wonder, by R.J. Palacio, our friends at Signature Reads have recommended a list of books that tackle the subjects of bullying, empathy, acceptance, and kindness. Check it out, and check out the titles from our catalog. May your New Year be filled with kindness, and opportunities for acceptance. Continue reading Books on empathy, acceptance, and kindness