In this episode, we ask “Should you read the book before you see the movie?” with Tierney Kirtdoll, movie watcher and book reader, to find the perfect pick for the “A Book that is a Movie” square in Reading Bingo.
For more information on advance directives, visit the Health Care Decisions Day information table on Monday, April 17 at the library from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In this new episode, Miranda Ericsson, librarian by day and poet by night, features her favorite poems, poetry collections and poets to help you find the perfect selection for your “A Book Over 500 Pages” square.
Listen to our librarians and guest Anna Frantz share illustrated recommendations for every genre and age-group, for your “Graphic Novel” square on your Reading Bingo card
Meredith Snepp recommends changing your perspective with books for your “A Book With Alternating Narrators” square in our 2017 Reading Bingo challenge.
Julie Nelson recommends compelling reads for your “A Book with a Medical Theme” square in our 2017 Reading Bingo challenge.
Jacob Ziegler recommends his favorite lengthy books for your “A Book Over 500 Pages” square in our 2017 Reading Bingo challenge.
Sometimes it’s hard to pick out that perfect title for the book nerd in your life. Here’s your handy guide.
In this episode, librarians Stephanie, Miranda, Megan, Kelli, Lissa and Thad discuss great reads from the past year and post our own Top 10 lists.
It’s easy to fall for “fake news.” Our information experts tell you how to sift the truth from fiction.
Take a peek at the upcoming titles planned for this library book discussion group in 2017.
Natalie Moreland thinks everyone, not just tweens and teens, should read Witness by Karen Hesse.