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LIBRARY NOTES – March 2020

LIBRARY NOTES - March 2020

  We are happy to report that the construction project at 242 Main Street is moving along nicely and we project that we’ll be able to start moving in and organizing our storage materials as early as mid-April. If you would like to volunteer, please let us know via phone or email and we will keep you informed of the date (most likely a Saturday in the latter half of April).

BOOK REVIEW: Bright, Precious Days by Jay McInerney – March 2020

BOOK REVIEW: Bright, Precious Days by Jay McInerney - March 2020

   By the time he writes his seventh novel, McInerney has fulfilled his dream of becoming a presence on the New York literary scene, and, in Bright, Days, is still writing about it. But now that he lives it, the dream is not fulfilling

LIBRARY NOTES – February 2020

LIBRARY NOTES - February 2020

By Pamela West-Finkle I hope everyone’s 2020 has gotten off to a great start! I am so glad to be back working at the library. My shoulder surgery went well. A huge thank you to Deb Slating and Gloria Carlson who covered for me. They did a fantastic job! I just finished tallying our 2019…

BOOK REVIEW: The Tennis Partner by Abraham, Verghese — February 2020

BOOK REVIEW: The Tennis Partner by Abraham, Verghese — February 2020

The memoir, which tells the story of a difficult period in the author’s life, has an openness to life and humility in the face of experience that draw you in close and hold you in their spell until the end. 

BOOK REVIEW: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett – January 2020

BOOK REVIEW: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett - January 2020

   I’ve long been a fan of Ann Patchett, both of her fiction and her non-fiction. The Dutch House differs from her previous novels.

BOOK REVIEW: You Are Awesome: How to Navigate Change, Wrestle with Failure, and Live an Intentional Life by Neil Pasricha — December 2019

In a NYC bookstore, Jane meets our author and is mesmerized by his energy, his life and how he came to overcome adversity.