Library

LIBRARY NOTES – December 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - December 2018

The 2nd and 3rd graders at Andes Central School enjoyed the Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane so much that on the day we finished reading the book together, I brought each of them their very own copy to take home.

BOOK REVIEW: I’ll Think It, You Say It, by Curtis Sittenfeld — December 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  I’ll Think It, You Say It, by Curtis Sittenfeld — December 2018

The plots keep you turning the pages, always wanting more, in the manner of high-level genre fiction by writers like John Grisham and Michael Connelly. When I re-read them, the stories were just as good the second time around. So why don’t I like them better?

LIBRARY NOTES – November 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - November 2018

In case you missed Jane Tompkin’s book talk on September 26th, we have a copy of her book Reading Through the Night on hand in our local author bookcase across from the circulation desk.

LIBRARY NOTES – October 2018

LIBRARY NOTES - October 2018

So many events and programs to read about. Rock and Roll Trivia Night re-scheduled to October 25th.

BOOK REVIEW: Asymmetry by Lisa Halliday — September 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  Asymmetry by Lisa Halliday — September 2018

“It’s hard to believe that this is a first novel, the writing is so assured, fluid, and well-paced.”

BOOK REVIEW: The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan — August 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan — August 2018

The Keeper of Lost Things seems at first, to be hopelessly whimsical but turns out to contain enough tragedy, bad luck and unjust circumstances for ar least three novels, and to fashion imaginative resolutions for several damaged lives.