Find recommendations for books about Jewish culture and heritage from Debbie Stiel, Rabbi and Librarian at Temple Beth Sholom in Topeka.
In this episode we talk about the appeal of listening to stories. “Reading” with your ears adds the narrator’s voice, sound effects and full cast productions.
Library staff members have a boatload of book recommendations to help you float away this summer.
These new reads will distract you from the heat during the day and keep you reading well past your bedtime.
Shannon talks about her love of procedural drama and her surprising new gravitation toward Criminal Minds. Maybe you should start binge watching.
Sometimes the greats just keep on keepin’ on. We’re talkin’ 160 years and counting! Check out these 3 recent releases from 3 legendary artists.
You’ll give your heart to these appealing shelter dogs who just want a home to call their own.
In this 2Book Topeka special episode, listen in as we discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot and The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer.
Join 2Book Topeka, our new community reading initiative. Think of 2Book Topeka as “big read” times two!
Celebrated journalist and Topeka High grad Elizabeth Farnsworth recently made her literary debut with her memoir A Train Through Time.
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.