Our hosts Kathy and Diana agree to disagree about the likability of Gillian Flynn’s latest novel, Gone Girl, a New York Times bestseller. Watch and listen (we promise no spoilers) and see which one of these gals you agree with the most.
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Make autumn nights to remember with these recommended reads. Check out the new titles that surely will entice you to pick up a book and read for pleasure this fall.
It’s not a mystery the library loves books, but a book being serialized and published at the library sure is. Capital City Capers: An Ad Astra Per Aspera Adventure comes out in late September. The community novel features 20 different authors who each advance the story by writing a chapter. Keep reading on www.tscpl.org where […]
The Meet the Trustees series continues with Elizabeth Ross, who thought something was missing from the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Board of Trustees. Find out what it was and read more about Ms. Ross inside this post.
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For book bargains galore attend the Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale, Sept. 14-16. Friday is “Friends Night,” but you can become a Friend at the door. Find out what awaits you at the sale and where the proceeds go.
A free and new way to learn languages online is now available to Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library cardholders. Mango for Libraries, a language learning web program, offers 40 different languages and 16 ESL courses. Access it via www.tscpl.org. Click here and scroll through our database list and select Mango. Once there, you will […]
Find out what programs we’ve lined up for teens. From food to crafting to open mic, there’s sure to be something to suit your interests.
Be part of a shared community reading experience through Washburn’s iRead program this fall. Pick up “Our Boys: A Perfect Season on the Plains with the Smith Center Redmen” and you will find it’s much more than book on a winning football team. It’s about developing a winning culture in a small-town community.
Thursday, Aug. 16 marks the beginning of a series commemorating our veterans, Kansans on the Front Lines, which continues Sept. 19 and culminates Nov. 12. Come to one or all three for a more well rounded picture of our military history. All speeches start at 7pm and are held in Marvin Auditorium in the Topeka […]
Kansas ties run deep in this edition of All Booked Up. Kathy and Diana discuss Doc by Mary Doria Russell and The Yard by Alex Grecian. Doc covers the adventures of Doc Holliday in Dodge City, while also alluding to his more famous exploits in Arizona. The historical fiction novel is true to the spirit […]