In this episode, we ask Nate Hohl, sports librarian and lifelong sports fan, to share his favorites for the “A Book with a Sports Theme” square in Reading Bingo.
Indulging my movie crush on Denzel Washington and discussing his recent movie Fences.
Profound and mesmerizing, the total solar eclipse of 1878 would transform American science.
Music I Once Could Dance To is familiar in imagery and ideas, but stunningly original in voice and perspective. Meet the poet! Roy Beckemeyer is a featured reader at this year’s Open Mic & Poetry Reading on April 26, at 7 pm.
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.
Random thoughts on movies I’ve recently watched.
The compelling story of one family’s courageous fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
When it comes to poetry, your library has you covered! Read on for recommendations and resources, and join us for two poetry events in April.
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.
We are adding 10 new kits to the Library’s Book Group in a Bag collection this year. We’re excited about adding new kits to our collection, but it’s always hard to narrow down our list to just 10 titles. That’s where you come in. Please take our survey and help us narrow down our choices to the […]
Join me and give a hearty “Hurrah!” for some artists making music in the Key of Quirk.
Springtime is just around the corner and these new books are blooming with hilarious and human tales about life. What do you get when Elvis, Lucy, Vance, Nelson and Nadia share their stories? Books to add to your ‘must read’ list. 1. Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett Twelve-year-old Elvis Babbitt has a head for the […]