Mimi Malloy at Last

It’s never too late in Mimi Malloy At Last

Mimi Malloy doesn’t remember her childhood, at least that is what she tells herself and her grown daughters. Instead, she enjoys her retirement and loves being in her own apartment where she can smoke cigarettes to her heart’s content while sipping on her Manhattan and listening to Frank Sinatra. Her daughters refused…

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One Book, Many Voices Club

Join the One Book, Many Voices Book Club, which talks about books with a multicultural tie. We’ll discuss Little Green by Walter Mosley on Thursday, April 17 at 7pm.

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hush podcast episode 51

HUSH: a podcast from your library – Episode 51 – Kansas Authors

Miranda Ericsson promotes Kansas Authors including Eric McHenry, Thomas Fox Averill, Israel Wasserstein and Leah Sewell. Plus, listen in to find out which short story from Kij Johnson may give you nightmares, and to hear which book from one popular Kansas author will be made into a movie!

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fangirl

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Cath and her twin sister Wren are starting their freshman year of college and it’s their first time not sharing a room and everything else. Wren is excited to meet new people and go out, but Cath is very introverted and would rather stay in her room and write fanfiction. She’s much more comfortable with […]

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All Booked Up: The Book Thief

This novel is unique because it is narrated by death. Death is a busy man in Nazi Germany, and as you can imagine some of the stories revealed tug at your heartstrings. One of our reviewers was moved to tears. Our All Booked Up hosts assure us, however, that we won’t cry through every page […]

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