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At the Library, October 8th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/10/04

    Snowden Wright tells the saga of one family’s quest to start to the world’s first soft-drink company in his newest novel ‘American Pop.’   A teenage Edgar Allan Poe finds his plans to attend university and marry the love of his life destroyed  in the Cat Winter’s ‘The Raven’s Tale.’   Preschool Story


At the Library for October 2, 2019

Last Updated 2019/10/02

    With ‘La Passione’ author Dianne Hales charts how Italy’s greatest passions in literature, art, and food have highly influenced all of Western society.   Rob Ives teaches young readers how to build boats and land vehicles using items found in any household with his latest makerspace model series ‘Build Your Own…’   Preschool


At the Library for September 24th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/09/24

    ‘The Testaments’ is Margaret Atwood’s long awaited (34 years) sequel to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale. A new generation tries to cope in Atwood’s horrifying future; and she even managed to write in a few details from the television series.   After her unicorn goes missing, a young girl stumbles into a hidden world where


At the Library for September 17th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/09/14

    Finding herself kidnapped by a strange race of aliens, a homeless woman finds herself the key to protecting humans in an inter-species war in Timothy Zahn’s latest novel ‘Knight.’   Jose Luis Carballido describes his discovery of the world’s largest dinosaur, as well as the difficulty he and his team had in assembling


At the Library for September 10th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/09/10

    Jon Gartner’s ‘The Ice at the End of the World’ examines Greenland’s history through its current melting ice sheet.   Jodie Wheeler-Toppen’s ‘Edible Science’ explains to younger readers how to create science experiments one can eat.   StoryTime and Baby LapTime are both on hiatus until later this month.   Our website with


At the Library for September 4th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/09/01

    Tshaukuesh Elizabeth Penashue’s ‘Nitinikiau Innusi’ (I Keep the Land Alive) is the Labrador Innu cultural and environmental activist’s personal diary, charting her day-to-day experiences as well as speeches, court appearances, and interviews with reporters.   A young boy struggles to discover whether he is real or a robot in Padraig Kenny’s latest book


At the Library for August 27th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/08/26

      Hallie Rubenhold’s ‘The Five’ is the fascinating new biography of the five women who were killed by Jack the Ripper. Contrary to popular history, Rubenhold’s research has found that none of them were prostitutes.   ‘For Whom the Ball Rolls’ is the latest hilarious entry in Dav Pilkey’s ‘Dog Man’ series.  


At the Library for August 20th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/08/19

    Angela Crocker’s ‘Digital Legacy Plan’ illustrated the best practices for online memorials, expressing grief via social media, and digital etiquette in death.   A teen slacker finds video game heaven only to be frustrated by nosy parents, demanding friends and an unwelcomed beaver in Gordon Korman’s ‘Level 13.’   StoryTime and Baby LapTime


At the Library for August 13th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/08/12

  In ‘Wolfpack,’ two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion presents a powerful and uplifting message to girls and women on how they can change the world.   Student wizards come together to help each other solve a murderous plot in Tamora Pierce’s ‘Tempests and Slaughter.’   StoryTime and Baby LapTime are both


At the Library for August 7th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/08/06

    ‘The Master Plan’ is Chris Wilson’s story of how—after being sentenced to life in prison—he was able to convince a judge to give him a second chance.   Pamela Williams explains how easy it is to take unwanted toys and turn them into cool experiments and inventions in her latest book ‘Remixing Toys.’