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BOOK REVIEW: SAPIENS: A BRIEF HISTORY OF HUMANKIND BY YUVAL NOAH HARARI – June 2020

BOOK REVIEW: SAPIENS: A BRIEF HISTORY OF HUMANKIND  BY YUVAL NOAH HARARI - June 2020

Yuval Noah Harari’s global best-seller Sapiens has cut a wide swath through the world of thinking people since it appeared in 2015……………………

LIBRARY NOTES — June 2020

LIBRARY NOTES — June 2020

By Pam West-Finkle First, I must say that I miss all of my patrons very much!   Until we see how the initial reopening goes, it is difficult to give dates because in reality, no one knows. Right now the estimate is Phase IV at the end of June for us to resume curbside pickup, but…

BOOK REVIEW: ELIZABETH STROUT, OLIVE, AGAIN BY ELIZABETH STROUT — May 2020

BOOK REVIEW: ELIZABETH STROUT, OLIVE, AGAIN BY ELIZABETH STROUT — May 2020

When a novel is as good as this one is, it’s hard to know where to begin.

LIBRARY NOTES – May 2020

LIBRARY NOTES - May 2020

Pam gives an update on how to return books to the library during this pandemic.

ANDES LIBRARY NOTES – April 2020

Pam explains all the precautions the Andes Public Library is taking during the COVID-19 epidemic. The Library is closed until further notice but you can still receive books by emailing Pam.

BOOK REVIEW: Braiding Sweetgrass: indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer — April 2020

BOOK REVIEW: Braiding Sweetgrass: indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer — April 2020

Written from a native American point of view, Braiding Sweetgrass (2013) is one of the most unusual books Jane has ever read.