If you google “new books for teens 2015,” you’ll see a link to Goodreads.com that will show you 684 YA books coming out in 2015. See the list here. But before we overload ourselves by gorging on that many titles, let’s look at a few highlights—books that will be new the first three months of 2015. […]
Whether you’re beating the heat inside or you’re taking the family on the road this summer, these recently released books contain stories that will keep you entranced. Many are available in multiple formats.
Will you help fill the shelves of a brand new Bookmobile with best-selling books and chart-topping media? Here’s your invitation to support the community by giving to The Library Foundation.
Trying a new author is like a first date. There’s some risk involved. We recommend these authors with the faith that you’ll find their stories well-written and interesting. Select from the list and take home something new to enjoy tonight.
This podcast (28:55) features Nancy Pearl, author of Book Lust and frequent contributor to NPR. Hear inspiring words about libraries, find out what books her own librarian recommended when she was a child, and get her best books of 2011 list. Plus continue the discussion on the library’s Goodreads group!
Eric McHenry, local poet and Washburn University professor, shares poems and stories inspired by the witticisms of his two kids on Dec. 3 at 1-2:30 pm in Marvin Auditorium. The poems, along with charming woodcuts depicting scenes from each piece, are published in his latest book titled Mommy, Daddy, Evan and Sage. In it Evan, […]