Enrich your relationship with books!
Take the plunge and challenge yourself to a treasure hunt! Pick up your Summer Reading Program Guide in the Children's Department (ages 3-12), read a book from each of the listed categories and cross it off your treasure map! Come into the library to chart your way across our window and win a treasure...X marks the spot!
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- The Schlow Reader will give you news and reading suggestions for books in Schlow's Adult Department collection. You can find out about the new books that were just ordered, learn about book-related events taking place in the library, read staff book reviews and view best books lists.more info
In the book, Woolf discusses why it is that men, and not women, have always had power, wealth, and fame.
She suggests two keys to freedom: fixed income and ones own room.
Mommy Reads Too
A book club for mothers of babies, preschoolers or elementary age children. For questions or to sign up, email email@example.comThe Schlow Reader will give you news and reading suggestions for books in Schlow's Adult Department collection. You can find out about the new books that were just ordered, learn about book-related events taking place in the library, read staff book reviews and view best books lists.more info
As the Nazis occupy the British island of Guernsey, a book club is formed as an alibi to protect its members from arrest by the Germans. Join us for a discussion of the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows.
Two cities exist in the same space but a mysterious force called Breach makes sure the residents don't notice each other. A murder involving a legendary third city causes a police inspector to break the rules while trying to solve the case. Come discuss this fascinating book by China Mieville Tuesday, June 22nd at 2:30 p.m. The afternoon book group will meet in the Children's Activity Room this month. Books are available at the Adult Department ReferenceQuestions that you ask of library staff that require knowledge of the content of the collection or other resources such as those on the web. Sometimes you are referred to the answer, hence Reference. Reference can also refer to our reference materials that are often encyclopedic books that have many volumes and a concentrated number of facts and/or statistics. These materials usually have an overnight loan period so they are available in the library most of the time. Desk.